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Sunday, November 18th 2012, 8:40am

late ovualtion

hi

wonder if anyone can help me.

im perimenopausal and for the last 6 months ovulation has occured at day 12. 1 pregnancy and 1 miscarriage in this time.

today is day 17 and my monitor has said i am ovulating. do i run with the ball and babydance or do i ignore it and wait for spain.

i suppose the question is- is the follicle mature enough to create a pregnancy and carry to full term because i ovulated on day 17 or do i expect it to end in m/c again (would be my 6th) and so ot bother, but go with donor eggs in end of jan. (my amh was 2.03 6 months ago).

quite a speedy answer would be appreciated as i have to make up my mind about sleeping with my husband tonight or not?

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Sunday, November 18th 2012, 9:16am

Hi,

As far as I know m/c does not depend on the maturity on the follicle ?( Bu I am no expert. I would guess if the follicle is not mature enough it will just not release the egg (yet) and nothing will happen.

xx Rianon

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Sunday, November 18th 2012, 9:35am

so do i go for it?

dont think i could face heartbreak of m/c through my own eggs. but i know i havent ovualted this late in 6 months. ive also got my next round of treatment booked for end of jan, start of feb.

argh - dont know what to do

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