I know that standard ovulation is 14 days. I am finding for second month in a row I am ovulating at 18-19 days. My husband and I have been TTC for 4 months. I know this is not a long time but we are impatient LOL. Just wondering if anyone else ovulates later or if this is a sign of a problem?
14 days is only standard if you have a regular 28 day cycle, and even then it can vary, whats most important is time time from ovulation to when you start your period, this is called the luteal ph and it should be around 12 days although some say 10 days is ok at a stretch, if its anything under 10 days then you have a luteal ph defect which can be helped by vit b6, having a defect means that sustaining a pregnancies is unlikely because the egg doesnt have much time to implant before your period starts :)
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