Our expert says:
The follicular phase of the cycle is that part of the menstrual cycle which precedes ovulation and is usually the first 14 days once ovulation has occurred we refer to the next two weeks as being the luteal phase and the luteal phase ends when bleeding starts. Therefore, if you are still in the follicular phase, ovulation has not as yet occurred and you are being monitored for ovulation.
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