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Menstrual Cycle Day 15

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What is happening internally?

The ovum (egg) travels through the fallopian tube, where it will be fertilized--if sperm are present. The ruptured follicle is now called the corpus luteum, and begins to release progesterone and a small amount of estrogen. Progesterone levels continue to rise, and estrogen levels plummet.

Outward symptoms:

Cervical fluid dries up, or may be sticky. The cervix rotates down to low, firm and closed. Basal body temperature experiences a thermal shift of about .4 a degree.


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Guest Nov 15, 2013 10:42:10 AM ET

I am on day 15 of my period. i have had fibroid problems in the past. what is really going on? i have never had a period this long. outside of the calling the doctor, what do you think i need to do?

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shypie Dec 20, 2012 12:18:38 AM ET

I ovulated on the 15 could i b pregnant

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Timika Jul 20, 2012 05:38:03 PM ET

I feel tired all the time

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FG Feb 6, 2012 01:41:02 PM ET

I feel a like flu, is that normal

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Sheela Jan 24, 2011 03:50:04 AM ET

I had heavy stomach pain on my day 15. my body temperature gradually increased. is this symptom of pregnency?

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