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Micheliala 09-19-2012 01:28 PM

On what day is ovulating considered too soon?
 
I mean its not good to have a short LP but is there a day that they say is too soon to ovulate? I'm happy my lp has lengthened again to about 14-15 days. But I'm ovulating way earlier than I used to... or thought I used too :giggle: not sure which. I'm pretty consistent on day 11 or 12, is that considered early?

MyM&W 09-19-2012 06:05 PM

According to FF that is early. I think anything before 12 is early. But maybe someone else can chime in. I'm thinking this months gonna be an early one for me. I had a massive temp drop on cd8 (3 days after af ended) and a slight rise today on cd9...we shall see!
Also I don't think early ovulation will affect the chances of pregnancy, will probably just be a shorter cycle (24 days as compared to 29 days) for me anyway lol.

Fishie Kisses 09-19-2012 06:37 PM

Re: On what day is ovulating considered too soon?
 
I am certainly not an expert, but I don't think the O date means anything unless it makes your LP too SHORT. That's an LP defect. But I think as long as your LP is long enough, it's fine.

Micheliala 09-19-2012 09:36 PM

Re: On what day is ovulating considered too soon?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by MyM&W (Post 15705303)
According to FF that is early. I think anything before 12 is early. But maybe someone else can chime in. I'm thinking this months gonna be an early one for me. I had a massive temp drop on cd8 (3 days after af ended) and a slight rise today on cd9...we shall see!
Also I don't think early ovulation will affect the chances of pregnancy, will probably just be a shorter cycle (24 days as compared to 29 days) for me anyway lol.

ah okay then this makes sense. that would be when i get the 25-26 day cycle as opposed to 28. :)

Quote:

Originally Posted by Fishie Kisses (Post 15705408)
I am certainly not an expert, but I don't think the O date means anything unless it makes your LP too SHORT. That's an LP defect. But I think as long as your LP is long enough, it's fine.

thanks :goodvibes: this ttc for over a year is making me evaluate everything looking for something wrong!

leviandgarettsmom 09-19-2012 10:39 PM

Re: On what day is ovulating considered too soon?
 
I am no expert either, but after 3 M/Cs in a row, I too, have been looking into O & all the possibilities that surround it & I did come across some info that talked about the egg not being mature enough to develope properly when fertilized if released too early.

Fishie Kisses 09-20-2012 12:03 AM

Re: On what day is ovulating considered too soon?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by leviandgarettsmom (Post 15706335)
I am no expert either, but after 3 M/Cs in a row, I too, have been looking into O & all the possibilities that surround it & I did come across some info that talked about the egg not being mature enough to develope properly when fertilized if released too early.

oh that's a good point

MyM&W 09-20-2012 07:18 AM

Now I hope I don't o soon...ugh lol

Craftin'Diva 09-20-2012 07:51 AM

Re: On what day is ovulating considered too soon?
 
Generally anything after CD 10 is acceptable with Cd 12 being preferable to give the follicles plenty of time to mature.

MyM&W 09-20-2012 08:06 AM

Re: On what day is ovulating considered too soon?
 
What do you think of my chart? Possible early ovulation? Neg opk this am, but its darker then yesterday...
www.fertilityfriend.com/home/22977b

leviandgarettsmom 09-20-2012 08:30 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Craftin'Diva
Generally anything after CD 10 is acceptable with Cd 12 being preferable to give the follicles plenty of time to mature.

That's what I thought I had read too, but I wasn't sure enough to post it. :)

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