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Can taking progesterone supplements help your luteal phase?
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Dr. Michael Opsahl
Fertility Medicine
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In brief: Sometimes
A luteal phase defect (lpd) is the name for a problem of too little Progesterone (p4) after ovulation.
The diagnosis can be difficult to diagnose because tests of low p4 are controversial. However, if your doctor diagnoses lpd then the treatment is p4 to relace what yu do not make. Another treatment is to improve the follicle so that it naturally makes enough p4 itself. Best wishes.

In brief: Sometimes
A luteal phase defect (lpd) is the name for a problem of too little Progesterone (p4) after ovulation.
The diagnosis can be difficult to diagnose because tests of low p4 are controversial. However, if your doctor diagnoses lpd then the treatment is p4 to relace what yu do not make. Another treatment is to improve the follicle so that it naturally makes enough p4 itself. Best wishes.
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