Lh Surge After Ovulation

Mary asks…

How long is the ovulation window after the LH surge is detected?

I detected it at 2:00 this afternoon and my honey is working long hours tonight. Will tomorrow morning be too late for us?

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

Ovulation usually happens roughly 12-24 hours after the LH surge, but you don’t know when your LH surge started. It might be too late, it might not be. Your chances of conception are best if you have sex on the day of your LH+ and the day after, but sometimes life gets in the way. Babydance tomorrow and hope for the best. Good luck!

Ruth asks…

Does LH decrease after ovulation even if you conceive?

I know LH decreases after the LH surge that happens right before ovulation, but does it still decrease if you conceive?

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

Yes, conception has no effect on LH levels.

I think you may be confused with the possibility of detecting pregnancy using ovulation tests. That can work, but not because pregnancy causes increased LH levels. It works because LH and hCG are so similar in structure that hCG can sometimes trigger an ovulation test. It does not by the way work the other way around.

Carol asks…

if you lh surge is still high a week after ovulation is it possible that i could be pregnant?

in reference to my previous questons i ovulated on the 5( according to my charts) but had sex 3 days before and 3 days after…its been a week now and i have just done another urine ovulation test and my lh level is still high! its been high for almost 2 weeks! my period is due in 5 days, it that normal or could i be PREGNANT!!!! YAY!

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

Lhc and hcg are like twins except that one has a hat!! Anyway if you are pregnant your ovulation kits will turn out positive, so I’d say you might be pregnant go to this website and learn about it you will really enjoy this information www.peeonastick.com.

Sharon asks…

I’m doing the ovulation kit, and after my LH surge now the control line is really light?

So I have the ovulation kit that comes with 20 strips. I peed in the cup and got the LH surge like normal, but its lasted about 5 days now. Only thing is the control line from the begginning was dark, once I got my LH surge for the first 2 days, the control line is barely showing up now. But the test line is still coming in darker. Has this happened to anyone? Does this mean I’m pregnant?

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

Most women are aware that they are pregnant from the signs and signals their body gives them long before they test positive for pregnancy. During the initial onset of pregnancy you may feel some bloating, cramping, heartburn, or nausea, you will experience more frequent urination, and you may notice increased white creamy discharge. You may experience food cravings, mood swings, headaches, dizziness or a slight fever as your temperature elevates. You may notice changes to your breasts or nipples. 6 to 12 days after intimacy occurs you may notice some light pink or brown spotting or you may experience a short or light period as implantation occurs. You may on an emotional or intuitive level feel something is different.

Nausea is a true sign of pregnancy and cannot be confused with an expected period. The moment you feel nausea coming on reach for a protein snack and a glass of water, if you feel better right away and you have experienced other signs of pregnancy then you are most likely pregnant. Wait for at least 14 days or longer after a missed period to home pregnancy test in order to confirm what you already know. Disregard too early home pregnancy test results. Begin to take a high quality prenatal vitamin and mineral, usually found at a health food store, to help create a healthy pregnancy and prevent miscarriage. A protein snack and a glass of water in the evening before bed will help you to prevent morning nausea…. More on site below. G

Maria asks…

Dose opk show positive after ovulation or dose lh surge usually deminish too quickly to detect after O?

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

OPK’s should not still show up positive after ovulation, and they will not show up positive just because you are pregnant either unless you are further along in your pregnancy!

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