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What is a typical ovulation cycle?
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Dr. Philip Chenette
Fertility Medicine
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In brief: 28 days
The typical ovulation cycle is the menstrual flow d1-5, follicle development d5-13, ovulation d14, and the luteal phase d15-28.
The cycle then restarts.

In brief: 28 days
The typical ovulation cycle is the menstrual flow d1-5, follicle development d5-13, ovulation d14, and the luteal phase d15-28.
The cycle then restarts.
Dr. Philip Chenette
Dr. Philip Chenette
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Dr. Selwyn Oskowitz
Fertility Medicine
In brief: 28 days
Typically an ovulation cycle is a normal period followed by another normal period 28 days later. May have raw egg white like vaginal mucus for 1-5 days before and up to ovulation ; temepreture raise (varegae 0 1/2 degrees after ovulation.

In brief: 28 days
Typically an ovulation cycle is a normal period followed by another normal period 28 days later. May have raw egg white like vaginal mucus for 1-5 days before and up to ovulation ; temepreture raise (varegae 0 1/2 degrees after ovulation.
Dr. Selwyn Oskowitz
Dr. Selwyn Oskowitz
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