Signs of ovulation problems

When ovulation occurs after day 21 of your menstrual cycle, it is considered to be a problem. Ovulation problems are usually caused by hormonal imbalance, which may be temporary or long-term, depending on the cause. Some of the causes of hormonal imbalance include: PCOS, stress, thyroid diseases, breastfeeding, and some medications. Common signs of ovulation … Continue reading Signs of ovulation problems

Signs of ovulation problems

When ovulation occurs after day 21 of your menstrual cycle, it is considered to be a problem. Ovulation problems are usually caused by hormonal imbalance, which may be temporary or long-term, depending on the cause. Some of the causes of hormonal imbalance include: PCOS, stress, thyroid diseases, breastfeeding, and some medications. Common signs of ovulation … Continue reading Signs of ovulation problems

High Prolactin Levels and Infertility

Prolactin is a hormone produced by your pituitary gland which sits at the bottom of the brain. Prolactin causes breasts to grow and develop and causes milk to be made after a baby is born. Normally, both men and women have small amounts of prolactin in their blood. Prolactin levels are controlled by other hormones … Continue reading High Prolactin Levels and Infertility

Ovulation: Frequently Asked Questions

It’s common to have questions on your trying-to-conceive(TTC) journey. Curiosity about your incredible body is a good thing — and something we can 100% get behind. Here we dig into some of your top questions about fertile cervical mucus (CM), ovulation, lack of ovulation, and why ovulation predictor kits (OPKs) can let you down sometimes … Continue reading Ovulation: Frequently Asked Questions