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Question 26. If I don’t have either PCOS or POF, then what is my problem and why am I not ovulating? by John David Gordon MD Medical Doctor Posted Thu 20 May 2010 9:49am Some patients really do stick in your mind long after they have left the practice. A couple of years ago we had a patient who had absent periods and had failed to respond to clomid or gonadotropin injections. She had been told by another RE that she needed donor egg and there was no reason to think that she would ever respond to fertility drugs. ... Read on »
PCOS Patient Taking Natural Progesterone Cream For Cycles: NPC Does Not Help You To Ovulate, Only Regulates Cycle by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Fri 30 Apr 2010 12:00am Question: Hi, I have long cycles and was recently diagnosed with PCOS. Prior to my diagnosis I have tried everything under the sun to regulate them and help me to ovulate. Vitex, Evening Primrose Oil, Dr John Lee's Shutdown, (in which Natural Progesterone Cream is applied for CD's 5-26, then stopped) a couple unmedicated ... Read on »
Not to get confused – a period will always follow ovulation by Natalie K. Posted Wed 20 Nov 2013 10:09pm by mnfadmin on November 18, 2013 Because I want to be always adding layers to the information I'm giving you – I created this very quick video to debunk another myth around ovulation.  So many women are of the belief that they can have a period but not be ovulating.  I need all w ... Read on »
Do Not Measure BBT For Ovulation When You Are Sick by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Thu 29 Apr 2010 12:00am QUESTION: Hi, I came down with a mild case of shingles (no pain, just itching) last week. I have had a high BBT (I am tracking my BBT for ovulation and luteal phase) for the past 13 days now (my BBT went up a couple days before I developed a rash). Can having even a mild case effect my BBT? I have been checking my temp through out t ... Read on »
Ovulation calendars and other ovulation tracking methods by hipchickheather Posted Sat 18 Jun 2011 6:20am “this is the most concise information I’ve read about ovulation calendars…thanks!!” Are you trying to get pregnant? That old saying, the one about knowledge being power, definitely applies to you. Women who are familiar with their own menstrual cycles and know when they ovulate greatly increase their chances of getting knoc ... Read on »
The 5 BIGGEST ovulation myths. by Natalie K. Posted Tue 12 Nov 2013 10:08pm by mnfadmin on November 11, 2013   As you are well aware, I’m currently touring the country with my Debunking Ovulation live event.  Let me just take the opportunity to tell you how much fun I’m having and how your feedback is so very inspiring!  Of course – why wouldn’t I ... Read on »
Progesterone Levels After Ovulation Pregnancy by Cathy T. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 17 Jul 2012 1:39pm Progesterone Levels After Ovulation Pregnancy Article by Barry Cubero One of the most popular pregnancy tests done today, done as being a component on the blood-work, is checking progesterone levels right after ovulation. This is done since Progesterone levels in blood following ovulation are indicative regardless of whether the female ... Read on »
Getting Ovulation Right – and why predictor kits just don’t work by Natalie K. Posted Sun 05 Aug 2012 6:50pm I'm finding an increasing amount of women relying on Ovulation Prediction Kits (OPK's) to help detect ovulation.  Not familiar with an OPK?  It works similar to a pregnancy test, where a woman will use her urine to help detect a hormone surge to predict/confirm ovulation.  I don't really like them – here's why. Firstly, we can't assu ... Read on »
Ovulation and Fertilization by Cascia T. Posted Sat 01 Nov 2008 10:44pm By: Vidula Chopra What is the best time to conceive? In order for the woman to get pregnant, one of her eggs needs to combine with a man's sperm (fertilisation). The woman's body releases an egg (ovulation) roughly 14 days before her period. She is most likely to conceive during this time. The ovulation period is the time ... Read on »
Ovulation Woes by John David Gordon MD Medical Doctor Posted Fri 25 Sep 2009 3:34pm 1 Comment One of the most satisfying parts of being an RE is the fact that I can usually predict exactly where a patient is in her menstrual cycle with a blood test and a sonogram. Obstetrics is not nearly this precise. Some women deliver vaginally who you predict would have needed a Cesarean section and others need a Cesarean when you would have predict ... Read on »