Lh Surge After Ovulation Possible

Maria asks…

Can anyone answer a few questions bout CM Fluid?

Okay i know the gist of it but…..to me it seems that after my ovulation monitor tells me im fertile, the next few days i see the egg white discharge…Does this happen to anyone else? Why is it like that, is it because it is coming out after my most fertile time? Just confused about why? Whenn checking CM do you actually feel inside of you?

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

I agree generally with the first poster, just want to add a little more detail. The book she mentioned is GREAT. Link below to order yourself a copy (check out the used sellers to get a good deal).

Really depends on what kind of fertility monitor you are using. Most fertility predictor kits or monitors are watching for a surge of luteinizing hormone (LH) which will provide the impetus needed to pop that egg! The LH surge can happen, as she said above, about 12-36 hours before you actually ovulate.

Possible timeline: It could be perfectly plausible for your body to begin the LH surge, THEN produce egg-white-quality fluids, THEN release the egg as a result of the LH surge finally, THEN dry up post-ovulation.

You should always treat the egg-white fluid as fertile, though. Always. Especially if you’re not charting. So go ahead and BD when your monitor says to AND anytime you have egg-white fluids. Unless you’re dealing with low sperm count. In that case, I would go for the very first egg-white fluids you see, assuming that it happens at least within 12 hours of the positive OPK.

You can check CM when wiping, by checking your undies, or with a clean finger internally. It really doesn’t matter as long as you’re consistent.

Sandy asks…

Is it possible to ovulate twice in one month ?

Ok so I have been using the answer ovulation kit an after days of testing I finally monday the 17th I tested postive for LH surge then tuesday an wednesday I tested negative then thursday the 20th I tested positive again so now im confused an im sure im doing it right because I read the directions like a thousand times !! plz help

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

It is possible to ovulate twice in the same cycle, however it is rare. Occasionally a 2nd egg is released about 24 hours after the 1st egg.

Linda asks…

Is it possible to ovulate twice in one month ?

Ok so I have been using the answer ovulation kit an after days of testing I finally monday the 17th I tested postive for LH surge then tuesday an wednesday I tested negative then thursday the 20th I tested positive again so now im confused an im sure im doing it right because I read the directions like a thousand times !! plz help

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

It is possible for a woman to release two eggs, but I am not sure if this happens at the same time or not. Fraternal twins – the ones that are born together, but do not have identical genes – occur because two eggs are released and both get fertilized.

I really don’t know anything about the answer ovulation kit to be able to tell you more, but I do think that your chance of releasing more than one egg would probably increase with some sort of fertility treatment.

Sharon asks…

Breastfeeding 14 month old daughter (morning and night only) and pregnant?

I am still nursing my 14 month old daughter morning and night. I still haven’t gotten my period. I have been using ovulation detector strips and on Jan. 31 I had a leutenizing hormone (LH) surge. We had sex that night and the day after. About 6 days later I had some very light spotting that lasted for about 5-6 days. Now I know that you can get implantation bleeding if you’re pregnant. As mentioned the spotting was very light and did not soak through a pad at all. It mainly came when I wiped after peeing. This is the first spotting of any kind of blood since when I was first pregnant almost 2 years ago! Now could this be my period coming back? It’s just a coincidence that it came after about a week of having sex. I had implantation bleeding with my first as well but it only lasted about 2 days then. I do feel bloated these days too. I went for a blood test on Friday and find out tomorrow if I am pregnant. What do you think it is? Thanks.

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

From all the research that I did during a year of trying to get pregnant, implantation bleeding usually happens very close to when you would be getting your period. If you had the LH surge on the 31st of January, then your period would be due on about the 14th of February. You had started this spotting on the 6th of February. Based on that alone I wouldn’t think that you would be pregnant.

With the ovulation predictor showing that you were about to ovulate and you having sex that night and the morning after, I would say it is very possible. That is of course if you were having unprotected sex. So here I have to ask, are you trying to get pregnant? If so good luck, I hope it worked. I know how frustrating it is to try and try with no success.

Lisa asks…

Is spotting two weeks before period due does it means someone has a tumor?

No you see my period is due in two weeks so nobody shouldn’t be spotting

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

It sounds to me like you are experiencing ovulation spotting (which happens 2 week after, or 2 weeks before your next period.

There are a couple of thoughts on what causes ovulation spotting. Some people believe that the light spotting is a result of the egg rupturing through the follicle during ovulation. It is thought that as the egg bursts from the follicle that a little bleeding may occur. This is why some women may notice brown/pink spotting, which is generally an indicator of older blood, around the time they ovulate. The blood may turn brown as it exits the body.

The other possible explanation for ovulation spotting is that the spotting is a result of a woman’s changing hormones during ovulation. As a woman’s body prepares to ovulate, follicles will start to grow and mature. As they mature they produce more estrogen. This increase in estrogen triggers a surge in LH, another hormone involved in ovulation. When LH surges it signals the mature egg to burst from the follicle. Estrogen rises sharply right before a woman ovulates and it is thought that the increase in estrogen levels may cause light spotting to occur.

I experienced this once or twice in the past and asked my doctor about it as I was concerned, he said not to worry as it happens to some women and it is quite rare for it to happen, but it is an excellent fertility sign. If not wanting to conceive, he said to use protection such as condoms.

I would recommend that if you have any concerns that you consult with your doctor for further evaluation and peace of mind should you wish.

Good luck :)

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