can you get pregnant when youre not ovulating
No, you can’t. Sorry to burst your bubble.
Well, sort of. Sure, you can get pregnant when you’re not ovulating. The reason is that there is a physiological process called luteal phase arrest (LPA) that happens about 8-12 days after ovulation. This stops ovulation and prevents pregnancy.
To make sure we’re clear here, luteal phase arrest is not something that stops ovulation, it just stops the sperm from entering the uterus.
There has been some debate over whether or not this is a real thing or something that happens because youre not ovulating. As with any medical condition, it can be treated with medication. For the record, I have never had LPA, but I can say that the benefits of this don’t outweigh the risks.
I just read an article about a woman who lost a lot of weight because of LPA, and she lost all her fertility due to a lack of ovulation.
I’m not a doctor, but I have read a lot about this condition and it appears to be very real. The women who have had LPA have said that their periods have stopped and they find themselves unable to ovulate. This could be because their body is not producing an adequate amount of the hormones needed for ovulation, or they may be unable to get pregnant because of the lack of ovulation.
One of the more common symptoms of LPA is that you have a very low sex drive. I have read many women who have had this condition have a very low sex drive, but I also have read women who have had this condition have sex drives that are as high as they have ever had. It makes sense that a lack of ovulation would cause a sex drive to plummet.
It certainly makes sense. This is why LPA is so often thought of as a “female issue” as opposed to a “male issue,” because people who have LPA are a lot more likely to be women than men. And because of this, more women than men are thought to be affected by LPA.
Actually, there are many females who can get pregnant without ovulation, but there are also some males who can be affected this way. But in the case of LPA, there is a very good chance that you are affected by LPA. It is thought that about 1 in 6,000 males are affected.
The reason you can get pregnant when youre not ovulating is because an enzyme called aromatase is normally not active. When it is, you can get pregnant without ovulating. And when it isn’t active, you can get pregnant without ovulating. But a man can be affected by LPA even if he doesn’t ovulate, so a woman could be affected by LPA even if she never gets pregnant.