The new doctor I saw recently wants me to do a day 21 progesterone test. She didn't seem to know too much about charting. (Sigh.) I usually have a 13-14 day luteal phase. Sometimes I've had 12, sometimes I've had 15. My understanding is that a luteal phase of less than 11 days can indicate a progesterone deficiency. Is it possible to have a progesterone deficiency with a longer luteal phases?
Also, the other doctors I've seen seemed to think my miscarriages are chromosomal issues, probably due to my age (they happened from age 40-44). In 2 cases there was a normal sized sac and a tiny fetus. In one case both the sac and fetus measured to small. I've also had a few chemical pregnancies. This doctor seemed to question that.
Thanks for any insight.