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From: Karle (
Subject:         Re: LFRV and fertility
Date: October 28, 2013 at 6:22 am PST

In Reply to: Re: LFRV and fertility posted by Bronwyn on October 28, 2013 at 4:25 am:

Thanks Bronwyn for your opinion.Please note that I am not challenging your view or wanting to prove you wrong. I just really need to understand.

Have you never had a menses on a LFRV lifestyle? From being on the fertility bandwagon SO long I really honestly cannot understand how one can ovulate without having a cycle, or a thick enough uterine lining for implantation. As pregnancy consists of more than just ovulating. The fertilized egg needs to implant. For me to buy into this lifestyle I would really need more than just no menses does not mean no ovulation cause in my head (and in all medical journals) it is=

- First half of cycle (maturation of egg)
- Ovulation (which produces progesterone which thickens uterine lining)
- Thick uterine lining for implantation of embryo
- No pregnancy means thick uterine lining should shed aka menses.

So which parts of these process changes then? See, with in vitro fertilization all the thickness of the uterine lining is very important for implantation, as all the rest (fertilization) is done for us. So my head keep telling me if there is no period in a LFRV, the uterine lining never becomes thick enough?

Nowhere on the internet (which is VERY strange for something regarding fertility) can I find any answers for this issue.

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