I keep reading about late ovuation and how that isn't "optimal" due to the luteal phase etc. But can you ovulate too early? Last month I ovulated on CD11, the month prior CD12 and I think I am gearing up to O again on CD10 or CD11... I have heard that maybe the egg isn't mature enough to have proper conception blah blah blah....
Anyone have any thoughts or know anything about this? Is their any way to delay ovulation by a few days if early ovulation isn't "optimal"?
So sorry scorpiodragon for what you've been through.
I have been wondering the same thing than you. I got pregnant and m/c when I ovulated on cd10. Since the miscarriage, I have been taking Agnus Cactus , and ovulated at cd13 and cd14. This new cycle, I considered stopping taking it thinking that ovulating at cd10 meant less days to wait -that's what desperation does to you!!!-, but then I started wondering as you whether earlier ovulation could be linked with eggs of lesser quality and therefore higher risk of m/c. I've decided I wouldn't take the chance and am continuing with AC. Are you taking it?
Well I'm a 24/25 day cycle and ovulate on CD10... I have done all my life and I have a little girl.... not sure whether I was just lucky that time, but I don't think it matters, I think the importance is the luteul phase?? This is what I read anyway. I am hoping I will get the same luck!
FBaby I just started taking AC this month, not sure if it will do anything regarding ovulation, someone said they take it to speed ovulation up, which isn't what I want to do, so now I am confused!
I O'd pretty early the last 2 cycles and the last one we caught a sticky one, but mc not so long after. I do have a DD that's 10yrs so I don't think O'n early causes mc it's the LH phase that dr's are concerned with.
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