luteal phase

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Synonyms for luteal phase

the second half of the menstrual cycle after ovulation

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The abortion group consisted of 30 nulliparae with history of two or more successive (2) URA which entails (1) presence of a normal uterine cavity by hysterography, no luteal phase defect (progesterone level >10 ng/ ml), normal thyroid function tests (TSH, T3 and T4), normal levels of lupus anticoagulant measured by the activated partial thromboplastin time (32-43 seconds), normal levels of anticardiolipin IgG (<20 GPL) and IgM (<15 MPL) measured by ELISA and normal karyotyping (done for 10 cases with more than three successive abortions).
Gaffuri B, Airoldi L, Di Blasio AM, Vigano P, Miragoli AM, Santorsola R and Vignali M: Unexplained habitual abortion is associated with a reduced endometrial release of soluble intercellular adhesion molecule-1 in the luteal phase of the cycle.
There is no standardised diagnostic method available to assess the true incidence and effect of luteal phase defect.
The study results demonstrate that Milprosa[TM] may be an effective and safe option for progesterone supplementation during the luteal phase among women undergoing IVF," said Laurel Stadtmauer, M.
Proteomic analysis: The proteins obtained from CL tissues at luteal phase (CL-2) and at d-90 of pregnancy were applied to 2-DE and visualized by silver staining.
After 5 months on the herbal protocol the patient's cycle had regulated to a 32 day cycle with a consistent 15 day follicular phase and a 17 day luteal phase.
After ovulation, the luteal phase begins; it lasts about 13 to 15 days and ends with the next onset of menses.
2] = 0) during early luteal phase and increased to 0.
But they may have other types of menstrual dysfunction, including oligomenorrhea, anovulation, and luteal phase deficiency, which also affects bones.
Although the incorporation of GnRH agonists into IVF ovarian stimulation regimens was associated with improved outcome, this could result in luteal phase insufficiency as pituitary function takes time to recover completely after the end of GnRH-agonist therapy.
Although the absolute increases in serum progesterone values are small, without the support of estradiol and/or LH values, a patient's menstrual cycle could be interpreted as postovulatory luteal phase rather than follicular.
The late luteal phase (or premenstrual phase) is characterized by progressive declines in estrogen, progesterone, and androgen levels as the cycle begins again with the occurrence of menstrual bleeding.
During the year-long study, they identified 28 women who had more than one menstrual cycle with a short luteal phase -- the interval between ovulation and the beginning of menstruation -- and andther 13 women who failed to ovulate during at least one cycle.
Meeting to Feature Research in Luteal Phase Support for In Vitro Fertilization and Extended-Regimen Oral Contraception -