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How will gyno know what my luteal phase is?
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Dr. David Kurss
Obstetrics & Gynecology
In brief: 2nd half of cycle
The menstrual cycle is divided into four sections.
In order, the follicular, ovulatory, luteal, and menstrual phases. At ovulation, approx. Day 14-15, the egg leaves the follicle . The luteal phase follows and typically lasts 14 days - the last 14 days before menses starts. Looking at a temp. Chart, or testing with an ovulation kit are two ways to infer the luteal phase.

In brief: 2nd half of cycle
The menstrual cycle is divided into four sections.
In order, the follicular, ovulatory, luteal, and menstrual phases. At ovulation, approx. Day 14-15, the egg leaves the follicle . The luteal phase follows and typically lasts 14 days - the last 14 days before menses starts. Looking at a temp. Chart, or testing with an ovulation kit are two ways to infer the luteal phase.
Dr. David Kurss
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