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Antonyms for anovulation

the absence of ovulation due to immaturity or post-maturity or pregnancy or oral contraceptive pills or dysfunction of the ovary

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They also speculated that the "hormonal changes leading to anovulation might play a key role since women with MS are less likely to receive the diagnosis during their anovulatory years (childhood or after menopause) and women with MS were found to be more likely to experience relapse shortly before menstruation.
These substances are associated with being possible endocrine disrupters which alter hormones and cause anovulation, increase the risk of developing insulin resistance, and hyperandrogenemia.
Hyperprolactinaemia is a major cause of anovulation and is responsible for menstruation disorders and infertility.
Penner examined the frequencies of 1 woman's spontaneous OAEs intermittently for 295 days and found that anovulation, as evidenced by amenorrhea or induced by oral contracepnon, reduced the fluctuation of spontaneous OAE frequencies relative to the naturally occurring menstrual cycle.
9%), RTIs (81%), uterine fibroids (62%), anovulation (68.
BRAVELLE is contraindicated in women who have the presence of any cause of infertility other than anovulation.
2) Anovulation and oligo-ovulation account for approximately 40% of female infertility factors, and in this group polycystic ovarian disease (PCOS) is the predominant factor (80%).
In addition, reduced bone mass can be associated with energy deficits that lower hormonal secretions, resulting in anovulation and other subclinical menstrual disturbances that often go unnoticed (McLean et al.
Age y Clinical History Diagnosis 1 44 Menometrorrhagia EIN 2 50 Menorrhagia EIN 3 68 PMB EIN 4 45 Menorrhagia Benign 5 56 PMB, prior disordered proliferative EIN 6 38 DUB EIN 7 61 Endometrial polyp EIN 8 59 Endometrial polyp EIN 9 53 Endometrial polyp Polyp 10 48 Menometrorrhagia Benign 11 61 PMB Benign 12 34 Anovulation EIN 13 61 Tamoxifen, DUB Polyp 14 58 PMB Polyp 15 48 PMB Benign 16 59 Estrogen replacement Benign 17 43 DUB EIN 18 31 Primary infertility Polyp Case Agreement, % No.
It is characterized by chronic anovulation, hyperandrogenemia, altered LH: FSH ratio (>2/3:1) and polycystic ovaries.
The researchers gauged anovulation by measuring the women's reproductive hormone levels over two menstrual periods.
Progestogen-only injection--of depot medroxyprogesterone acetate--works primarily by causing anovulation, thickening the cervical mucus and altering the endometrium to prevent implantation.
Relative Contributions of Anovulation and Luteal Phase Defect to the Reduced Pregnancy Rate of Breast-Feeding Women," Fertility and Sterility 58, no.