Late ovulation and pregnancy

Late ovulation and the likelihood of conception

We all know that ovulation is the process of getting the egg ready for fertilization from the follicle into the abdominal cavity. This process, as a rule, occurs in all women of childbearing age. The period from one ovulation to another is from 21 to 30 days. With a normal and constant menstrual cycle, which is an average of 28 days, ovulation usually occurs on day 14. When ovulation occurs after 18 days, gynecologists diagnose late ovulation.

Also, late ovulation is observed in women with an unstable menstrual cycle, and also in the case of:

  • gynecological diseases (amenorrhea, genital infections, etc.)
  • 40-year-olds premenopausal period);
  • period after childbirth (1 year);
  • period after abortion (3 months);
  • hormonal imbalance of pituitary hormones;
  • permanent stress.

Late ovulation is not a direct sign of infertility or the inability to conceive if a woman does not have inflammatory or hormonal diseases. Therefore, in order for a long-awaited pregnancy to occur, one should only identify late ovulation and take some measures. How to do it? Now tell.

You can identify late ovulation with:

  • ovulation test;
  • Ultrasound diagnosis of the egg;
  • analysis of the level of pituitary hormones, which should be handed over for a certain period.

Note that it is best to carry out the above described studies exactly at the time when the conception of the baby is planned.

Well, in order to "speed up" the onset of ovulation, we recommend that you contact a gynecologist who will offer you to take all the necessary tests and undergo a thorough examination. Further, as a rule, the doctor prescribes the necessary treatment or stimulation of ovulation (in case ovulation is absent). Usually, after observing all necessary measures and the correct approach to treatment, within a month comes the long-awaited pregnancy.

In any case, the appeal to specialists in planning pregnancy is the most humane solution to any problems. Especially if you are planning to conceive a baby with late ovulation. In no case do not self-medicate, in order to avoid pathologies, both in themselves and in the future baby.

We recommend you to be less nervous, lead an active lifestyle, eat healthy food and regularly have sex with a regular partner. We are sure that with such a healthy lifestyle all diseases and diseases will simply disappear, and consequently - there will simply be no obstacles to the conception of the baby!

Good luck with planning and a happy pregnancy afterwards!

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