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Can you have a luteal phase defect after a normal pregnancy and delivery?


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2015-07-15 21:24:26
2015-07-15 21:24:26

From doing research it is possible to have LPD after a normal pregnancy, from reading nothing indicates that pregnancy itself will/would lead to this problem but I suggest doing some research maybe on FertilityFriend or one of the other fertility web sites to get more information. Basically having a normal pregnancy once does not necessarily mean you cannot have fertility issues later.

Anything is possible. I had a Luteal Phase Deficiency for years which was the cause of my infertility. There are progrestrone supplements ie Duphaston, Crinone that can assist the phase however, they are prescribed by your doctor.

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Means normal delivery...........congrats

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