Variability in the Hormonally Estimated Fertile Phase of the Menstrual Cycle
The purpose of this study was to determine the variability in length of the fertile phase of the menstrual cycle with 140 participants who produced 1,060 cycles with an electronic hormonal fertility monitor. The length of the fertile phase, as defined by the first day with a threshold level of urinary E3G and ending with a second day above a threshold of LH, varied from <1 to>7 days, with the most frequent length being 3 days.
Richard J. Fehring and Mary Schneider. "Variability in the Hormonally Estimated Fertile Phase of the Menstrual Cycle" Fertility and Sterility 90.4 (2008): 1232-1235.
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