Yes. A short luteal phase can become one of the reasons for miscarriage. The luteal phase is a phase of ovulation cycle during a woman's body releases progesterone hormones helping in thickening of the uterine lining. A short luteal phase is when the luteal lasts for only 10 days or lesser than that. Women who have short luteal phase or luteal phase defect are prone to miscarriages.
There are no eggs to be fertilized without ovulation. There are various signs that states that a woman is not ovulating such as irregular or absent menstrual periods. The main cause of female infertility or ovulation problems is Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). PCOS causes the body to produce higher than normal amounts of male hormones in the body.
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