Post Tagged with: "Luteal phase defect"
Being intimately acquainted with the details of your menstrual cycle can really improve your chances of getting pregnant. Using ovulation test strips is only the start! Read on to find out what the luteal phase of your cycle is all about, and how to calculate the length of your own.
Are you trying to get pregnant and wondering if you can conceive a week before your period? Or did you have unplanned unprotected sex and are worried that you could be pregnant as a result? Let’s take a look at your chances of getting pregnant a week before your period should have come along!
The luteal phase is the second half of a menstrual cycle – the time in between ovulation and the onset of the next period. The average luteal phase lasts 14 days. Although its length can vary a little from woman to woman, as well as from cycle to cycle, there is a problem when the [...]
For women with a short luteal phase, it can be a struggle to conceive. It is essential that there is a long enough period between ovulation and the time menstruation is expected, because fertilized eggs need time to implant into the lining of the uterus. When there is a shortage of time, menstruation shows up [...]
The luteal phase is the length of time between ovulation and the time frame between the next menstrual cycle. For a woman trying to conceive and having difficulty, a luteal phase defect could be the culprit behind the problem. A woman needs to know what a luteal length defect is and how she can go [...]
Anytime someone hears the word “defect” it can bring up fear and fright in the minds of many. However, a luteal phase defect is something many women will deal with when trying to get pregnant and it simply means that the female body is unable to make enough progesterone during the luteal phase. Most often [...]
A woman must understand her menstrual cycle to be able to track and chart her fertility and predict when ovulation will occur. The luteal phase describes the time period between ovulation and the next menstrual cycle, ending the day before the next period. The duration of the luteal phase is typically between 10-16 days and [...]
Some women will experience a problem relating to fertility called luteal phase defect, which means that the phase is either to short or too long. The average luteal phase spans 14-days, but anything less than 10-days means it is too short, and anything more than 16-days is considered too long. If a woman has a [...]
After having a miscarriage, most women are able to go on to conceive and have a healthy baby at some point in time. However, for other women it is not always this simply and easily, there are hurdles and obstacles that must be dealt with and one could be a luteal phase defect. What is [...]
When a woman is going through her menstrual cycle, the luteal phase covers the time between ovulation and the beginning of the next period. Luteal phase defect is a common, but confusing condition that frequently affects a woman’s fertility and symptoms can either be a rise in basal body temperature or a shortened luteal phase. [...]