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LP DEFECT
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bekki - July 17

WHAT IS A LUTEAL PHASE DEFECT AND HOW DOES IT AFFECTS INFERTILITY?

 

liza - July 23

it is known as a disruption in a woman's monthly menstrual cycle.

 

kristi lynn - July 25

this happens when there is no sufficient progesterone produced to develop the endometrium.

 

niya - July 28

does it really affects fertility? my sister has 10LP but she got pregnant.

 

shannon - July 30

it could be causing you the inability to get pregnant.

 

gianna - July 31

luteal phase defect happens when the luteal phase is shorter than the normal progesterone levels during your luteal phase.

 

Angel E - July 31

if your luteal phase is like less than ten days, probably you

may have a luteal phase defect which is commonly linked to

being infertile.

 

charlotte - August 1

are there symptoms, like will you ever knew you have that kind of condition so maybe you could treat it earlier, or what?

 

shiva - August 2

by the way, i always heard about luteal phase, but i really have no idea about it.

 

BARBARA - August 2

LUTEAL PHASE IS THE SECOND PART OF A WOMAN'S MENSTRUAL CYCLE. IT IS THE TIME AFTER YOUR OVULATION UNTIL YOUR PERIOD BEGINS.

 

althea - August 3

take note of the symptoms/early signs that you might have. conditions like frequent periods, the difficulty of getting pregnant, spotting in between periods, miscarriage are prominent signs that you might have a luteal phase defect.

 

cleotilde - August 6

the failure of the corpus luteum to last long as it should be after ovulation can contribute to lower progesterone that may somehow stop in producing and thus a luteal phase defect will occur.

 

kara - August 12

If you are not producing enough progesterone, then you will be unable to sustain pregnancy. The rise in progesterone will make the endometrial lining of your uterus to thicken and it will make it a receptive environment for the nurturing and implantation of the fertilized egg.

 

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