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Is there anything bad about having later ovulation like CD 25+? Some cycles I seem good but this looks like another time when I'm just now in the process of O'ing and I'm on CD 24. Thoughts or opinions?
Any major stress in your life that could have pushed it back?
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Nothing out of the ordinary. Honestly this cycle seems to have flown by I feel like I've been gearing up to O for a week which is frustrating in itself. I'm thinking it is happening now or very soon because I'm starting to get O pains. Or it better be O pains and not AF pains.
Every time your body attempts to ovulate, it involves a fresh batch of follicles (only one will reach maturity and be released). So it doesn't matter how late it is, it can be a healthy ovulation. If it's once in awhile, don't worry. If it happens consistently, it can be a sign of a problem (PCOS, thyroid, cortisol abnormality, elevated prolactin).