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Size Of An Egg At Ovulation
Is it true that some women, small % of women ovulate with 15-16mm follicles? If so, are eggs good size to be fertilized? My dr said this is possible.
I had my ultrasound done on 12 th day of my cycle and got to know that my egg size is 1.8 mm. Can I get to know when I would be ovulating?
On a medicated cycle (250mg of Clomid (clomiphene))i had two follicles 11mm and 12mm are these good size for cd10 and is it poosible to ovulate both eggs?
I am weird doctor I really want to b pragnant soon please help how to increase 16mm egg size for ovulation my age is 20.Plzzzz helpp m from ksa?
Parenting: There are years and years ahead of you for becoming a mother. But, I would caution patience when you feel this obsessively about it. You are only 20 years old. Are you partnered? Who is going to help you raise a child? Have you finished your education? Why are you so worried at such a young age about this? It surely appears that you may benefit from some mental health therapy before pregnancy. ...Read more
Light brown discharge 6-7 days past ovulation. Had IUI done on 11/23. 3 decent sized eggs. Also took trigger shot 11/21. What could this be?
No dr. My weight is 54kg. My periods are normal and I am married 1 year ago but still not pragnent. My egg size is 16mm ultrasound tha day of ovulation?
Husband Checked?: It is much easier to verify that your husband's sperm count and motility are normal than for you to undergo further testing such as a hysterosalpingogram. I would suggest that the next step would be for your husband to provide a semen specimen for analysis. 16mm would refer to the size of the ovarian follicle, not the egg. Size would suggest a maturing follicle (normal range about 18-30mm). ...Read more
Often yes: Women with normal cycles ovulate every month without trigger. Women using Clomid (clomiphene) about 80% will ovulate without trigger. Women using injectable fertility drugs and doing ivf almost never will ovulate without trigger. The trigger is used mainly to pinpoint the correct timing in many women. ...Read more
By definition: Literally, the word ovulation means to release an egg, so 'yes.' if your question refers more to releasing an egg when an ovulation test turns positive, the answer is 'mostly.' it is however possible, although not common, for multiple reasons to detect a positive on OPK and not actually release an egg. ...Read more
MIttelschmerz: Yes. Many women use this symptom to follow their ovulations during their cycles. ...Read more
After ovulation: Has occured you have 10-24 hours, after which it can no longer be fertilized. ...Read more
No: Your eggs are in your ovary when you were born. When you ovolate, late or early, has nothing to do with the quality of the egg! No worries! ...Read more
Adenomyosis: Pain with ovulation itself is not common but some do experience it. The pain is actually before ovulation as the follicle rapidly enlarges and the pain gets better with physical ovulation. Adenomyosis or endometriosis in the muscle of the uterus can also stimulate pain with the falling estrogen levels around ovulation. Pain with the cycle itself would also likely be bad in this scenario. ...Read more
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Yes: That is how women have twins that are fraternal twins. ...Read more
How many days does a female ovulate or does a women put out a egg each day she ovulate how many eggs she release a month during ovulation?
About a day: Women don't know exactly when they ovulate, so it's always an estimate. After ovulation, her egg will be fertile for about a day. That means she is truly fertile during just one of those days in her "fertile period". She should have sex throughout her "fertile period" so live sperm will just be hanging around waiting for the egg to pop out, at which time she will truly be fertile, for about a day. ...Read more
Cervical mucus: Does dry up promptly after fertilization, but that doesn't tell you for certain whether you are pregnant or not.. ...Read more
Egg after ovulation: It either gets fertilized, or it gets absorbed by the body, or passes thru. ...Read more