Not to get confused – a period will always follow ovulation

 

 

Because I want to be always adding layers to the information I’m giving you – I created this very quick video to debunk another myth around ovulation.  So many women are of the belief that they can have a period but not be ovulating.  I need all women to know that this is impossible.  A true period (a flow that is at least one day in duration) is always a result of ovulation.  In the instance where a women suspects she isn’t ovulating she may be experiencing one of the following;

+ misinterpreting when she is ovulating (then she absolutely needs to get onto my Debunking Ovulation e-course)

+ being guided by unreliable test like the Day 21 ovulation blood test or ovulation predictor kit tests – again something we discuss in detail in my e-course.  As we learn, if a women is ovulating after day 21 of her cycle, yet she’s being tested on day 21, this can lead to all kinds of confusion.

+ misinterpreting ovulatory signs or change in hormones marked by spotting or a dirty/dry kind of bleed

Whatever the case, with this information I hope to encourage you to find out more about what is going on in your body – as I continue to debunk the myths around women’s health and pave the way for happy, healthy hormones!

 Click play and learn.

 

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8 Responses to “Not to get confused – a period will always follow ovulation”

  1. Jane

    Hi Nat.. what if you get a full bleed (5-7 days, red blood) , 1 – 2 days after intercourse without fail? So that you could get a full bleed more than once every 28 days. Is this caused by ovulation or by hormonal changes from intercourse?

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  2. claire

    Hi Natalie,

    I have recently purchased your debunking ovulation download and watched your two videos. They are awesome. Thank-you for presenting this in such a simple and practical way that is so easy to understand. My question to you is: I am breastfeeding and haven’t had a period. Does this mean like you have said before that I won’t be ovulating and therefore won’t be able to conceive? We are wanting to have another baby soon but I am not yet ready to wean my 11 month boy.

    Thanks again,

    Claire

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  3. Jenny

    I did my 1st menstruation on 27 to 31 January and d second came on 14 to 19 April dis month, pls help me 2 calculate my ovulation period and guide me on how 2 go abt it if I want 2 get pregnant. pls I need babies in order 2 save my marriage. pls

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  4. Jenny

    pls help me 2 calculate my ovulation period, I did my 1st menstruation on 27 to 31 of January and d second is on 14 to 19 April dis month. when ‘ll my ovulation come and what can I do 2 get pregnant, pls I need babies 2 save my marriage. pls help me out.am confuse.

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  5. Jenny

    help me track my ovulation I did on 27 to 31 january and April 14 to 19 this year. pls help me 2 calculate.

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  6. Carla Cram

    Hi Nat. I just watched your Debunking Ovulation and it was great. My cycle is longer (45 days) and I think maybe my body is trying to ovulate multiple times in the month, but docs don’t think I have PCOS (no other symptoms/signs). Do you think it could be purely stress? I’m looking at cutting back to a less stressful job as I am a really stressed person, and while I have become better at managing it, it’s just a part of who I am, a Type A perfectionist, busy-ness person. Should I just slow down? I already follow a paleo-ish diet (I’m coeliac too and have endo/adenomyosis (fun i know)). Could stress just be the missing link? I also think I’m oestreogen dominant which of course is part of it, longer follicle stage…

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