Annovulatory cycles show up in charts very clearly. The typical annovulatory chart has temperatures which zig-zag up and down throughout the cycle in no apparent pattern. Cervical mucus may be present on and off throughout the entire cycle as well. Spotting and long periods may also be associated with annovulatory cycles, although the presence of either of these conditions alone does not indicate an annovulatory cycle. A single annovulatory cycle is not a cause for concern, but if they occur frequently they may indicate an underlying fertility problem that should be addressed by a healthcare professional.
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