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    Re: follicle rupture

    ya normal only after 2 days she scanned and gave tab.....


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    Re: follicle rupture

    hi frnz...plz help me
    this month my fs report.day 15 but only msf thickness 5mm....normally my egg ruptures in day 15....this is the first time happened like this what will be the pbm

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    Re: follicle rupture

    plz help me


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    Re: follicle rupture

    hi frnz....plz help me this time my ovulation din occur till 19th day.....doctor told me to leave this month.will my periods cum regular? is ovulation related with periods?

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    Re: follicle rupture

    Dear Nithya, don't worry. Have confidence. As the doctor told you know, don't have any doubts. definitely your periods become regular. Pray the God. Develop positive attitude. that will enhance your morale and everything will be normal.

    Please read the following question and answers regarding ovulation and periods.

    Can I ovulate without having a period?

    Since a woman releases an egg 12-16 days before her expected period, it is possible for women to get pregnant without having periods. Women who are not menstruating due to a certain condition (i.e.…low body weight, breastfeeding, perimenopause) risk the chance of ovulating at any point. For those who want to conceive, the lack of periods could make it more difficult to know the timing of ovulation if you are not charting temperature and cervical fluid changes. But if you are not having periods and wanting to prevent pregnancy, a form of contraception should be used since there is no way to know when ovulation will occur.


    Can I have a period and still not have ovulated?

    Having a period does not necessarily mean that ovulation has taken place. Some women may have what is called an anovulatory cycle, (meaning no ovulation) and can experience some bleeding which is mistaken for a period, but it is actually not a true period. This bleeding is caused by either a buildup in the uterine lining that can no longer sustain itself or by an estrogen level drop. The main way to decipher if ovulation is in fact taking place is by tracking the body temperature.

    Can a woman ovulate more than once during each cycle?

    A woman cannot ovulate more than once during each cycle, therefore she cannot get pregnant more than once during a cycle. Multiple ovulation can occur and is when two or more eggs are released in a single cycle. Both eggs are released during one 24 hour period and are responsible for the birth of fraternal twins. It is believed that this may occur in as many as 5-10% of all cycles but does not result in that many twins due to a type of miscarriage referred to as the “vanishing twin phenomenon.”


    What are signs of ovulation?

    The signs of ovulation can be any of the following, although many women may only notice one or two of these: • Change in cervical fluid • Change in cervical position and cervical firmness • Brief twinge of pain or dull ache that is felt on one side of the abdomen • Light spotting • Increase in sex drive • Elevated level of the luteinizing hormone which can be detected on a test • Body temperature chart that shows a consistent change • Breast tenderness • Abdominal bloating • Heightened sense of vision, smell or taste


    Can I ovulate during my period?

    For women who have regular cycles, ovulating during your period is highly unlikely. Some women have very irregular cycles, maybe coming once every 3 months or 2-3 times in one month, and these women can have the odd occurrence of ovulating during a period or what is believed to be a period. Still, the chance of ovulating during a period is unlikely. But because sperm can live in the body for 3-5 days, pregnancy could occur from intercourse that takes place during a period.
    Can I ovulate right after my period?

    The answer to this is determined by how many days are in your cycle. For example, if you have a 21 day cycle ( from the beginning of one period to the beginning of another) and you bleed for 7 days, then yes, you could ovulate right after your period. This is because we know ovulation can occur 12-16 days before your next period begins, and this would put you ovulating at days 6-10 of your cycle.
    Can I get pregnant during my period?

    Pregnancy can occur from intercourse that takes place during a period. This is because sperm can live in the body for up to five days, and if a woman ovulates soon after her period, then conception could take place from intercourse that occurred during her period.

    for more information please refer americanpregnancy.org


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    Re: follicle rupture

    Dear Nithya, don't worry. Have confidence. As the doctor told you know, don't have any doubts. definitely your periods become regular. Pray the God. Develop positive attitude. that will enhance your morale and everything will be normal.

    Please read the following question and answers regarding ovulation and periods.

    Can I ovulate without having a period?

    Since a woman releases an egg 12-16 days before her expected period, it is possible for women to get pregnant without having periods. Women who are not menstruating due to a certain condition (i.e.…low body weight, breastfeeding, perimenopause) risk the chance of ovulating at any point. For those who want to conceive, the lack of periods could make it more difficult to know the timing of ovulation if you are not charting temperature and cervical fluid changes. But if you are not having periods and wanting to prevent pregnancy, a form of contraception should be used since there is no way to know when ovulation will occur.


    Can I have a period and still not have ovulated?

    Having a period does not necessarily mean that ovulation has taken place. Some women may have what is called an anovulatory cycle, (meaning no ovulation) and can experience some bleeding which is mistaken for a period, but it is actually not a true period. This bleeding is caused by either a buildup in the uterine lining that can no longer sustain itself or by an estrogen level drop. The main way to decipher if ovulation is in fact taking place is by tracking the body temperature.

    Can a woman ovulate more than once during each cycle?

    A woman cannot ovulate more than once during each cycle, therefore she cannot get pregnant more than once during a cycle. Multiple ovulation can occur and is when two or more eggs are released in a single cycle. Both eggs are released during one 24 hour period and are responsible for the birth of fraternal twins. It is believed that this may occur in as many as 5-10% of all cycles but does not result in that many twins due to a type of miscarriage referred to as the “vanishing twin phenomenon.”


    What are signs of ovulation?

    The signs of ovulation can be any of the following, although many women may only notice one or two of these: • Change in cervical fluid • Change in cervical position and cervical firmness • Brief twinge of pain or dull ache that is felt on one side of the abdomen • Light spotting • Increase in sex drive • Elevated level of the luteinizing hormone which can be detected on a test • Body temperature chart that shows a consistent change • Breast tenderness • Abdominal bloating • Heightened sense of vision, smell or taste


    Can I ovulate during my period?

    For women who have regular cycles, ovulating during your period is highly unlikely. Some women have very irregular cycles, maybe coming once every 3 months or 2-3 times in one month, and these women can have the odd occurrence of ovulating during a period or what is believed to be a period. Still, the chance of ovulating during a period is unlikely. But because sperm can live in the body for 3-5 days, pregnancy could occur from intercourse that takes place during a period.
    Can I ovulate right after my period?

    The answer to this is determined by how many days are in your cycle. For example, if you have a 21 day cycle ( from the beginning of one period to the beginning of another) and you bleed for 7 days, then yes, you could ovulate right after your period. This is because we know ovulation can occur 12-16 days before your next period begins, and this would put you ovulating at days 6-10 of your cycle.
    Can I get pregnant during my period?

    Pregnancy can occur from intercourse that takes place during a period. This is because sperm can live in the body for up to five days, and if a woman ovulates soon after her period, then conception could take place from intercourse that occurred during her period.

    for more information please refer americanpregnancy.org


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    Re: follicle rupture

    thanks a lot


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