Can late ovulation cause later period?

Yes. The least variation in a cycle is the time from ovulation to the next period. The corpus luteum which is the remainder of the follicle after ovulation will only make Progesterone for 2 weeks unless there is pregnancy hormone, hcg, to "rescue" it. If you ovulate on day 14 you will have a 28 day cycle. If you ovulate day 20 you will have a 34 day cycle.

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Can late ovulation cause your period to be light?

Shouldn't. The nature of the periods can vary with time and from cycle to cycle. The timing of ovulation in a specific cycle is not likely to affect the amount of bleeding you experience. Read more...

Can late ovulation cause your period to be lighter?

Shouldn't. The timing of ovulation is not known to affect the extent of bleeding in a specific cycle. Your cycles can vary over time and from month to month. Read more...
Late ovulation. I suppose anything is possible, but there is no direct cause-and-effect relation between timing of ovulation and how heavy a period is. Read more...

What causes regularly late ovulation? I hate long cycles like 40 days. I get period 14 days after ovulation still. Never had shorter cycles b4.

Growth. Some follicles just take longer to grow and mature than others. It sounds completely normal if you have periods 14 days after ovulation. Just as some children take longer to grow up so do some eggs. Hope this helps. Read more...

My last period was 18 days long, mostly just spotting. Now I'm 11 days late going by the start date. Would the long period have caused late ovulation?

See a doctor. If this is the first time that this has happened to you then i recommend seeing a doctor so that they can make a proper diagnosis and give you something to get rid of the condition or relieve symptoms. Read more...

I have a regular monthly period, there's a possibilities that I have late ovulation?

Not likely. If you have a period each month, then you are ovulating each month - always about 14 days before your period. The length of the cycle can vary between 21 and 36 days, so some women will ovulated "later" in their cycle than others with a shorter cycle length. But all are normal for their own particular cycle - and all are right on time for their own cycle length. Read more...
Can't tell. As long as you ovulate consistently your period can be regular, it doesn't tell you anything about whether your ovulation is late. A home lh kit/opk can help you figure that out without getting a doctor involved yet. Read more...