Progesterone day 21 level test... Please help

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  1. ValGnz

    ValGnz New Member

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    Good morning ladies I'm new here & thought I'D jump right in....
    I just did a progesterone test on Sept. 30 (my bday) & the nurse called me back with my results told me that my levels are at a 13 (non medicated cycle) & said that ment I ovulated the day I tested. Is that true?? I know I ovulate late but that would mean I ovulated on cd 21 & that is really late for even me. I'm normally between cd 16-19 ovulation. I miscarried 6 months ago n have not been able to get a bfp since then 😞 I've tested for everything my dr finally told me last visit that I'm healthy n that it's just gonna take time to get that bfp but we've been trying 1 year & 1/2 now. I'm just hoping that since is been only a yr since getting my iud out (I had the Mirena for 5 yrs) in April of 2012 that the counting should really begin a yr after it's out since I had it in so long. So please ladies any words of advice?? Am I ovulating later then I thought?! Is that a good level for a non medicated cycle?? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!!
     
  2. resque07

    resque07 mother of 2 ! ttc 2 more.

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    Hi Hun I'm not 100% sure on this but I don't think they can tell exactly the day you ovulated only that you have ovulated . Mine was 11.53 this cycle and dr just said numbers show that I ovulated or am ovulating or about to ovulate . But he said the important part is that the numbers were over 10! I am currently due for af tomorrow and the only symptom I have is sore boobs since the day before I had my cd 21 test done. However since yesterday they are getting less sore so I'm thinking af should be here on time. Good luck and baby dust!!
     

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