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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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PCOS was defined according to the Rotterdam Consensus and involved the presence of two of the three criteria, oligo or anovulation, clinical and/or biochemical signs of hyperandrogenism and polycystic ovarian morphology.10 Poor respondents were considered the patients who received less than four oocytes and such patients were excluded from the study.
Increased androgens convert to estrone which causes negative feedback on hypothalamus and pituitary resulting in decreased FSH and anovulation. This is a possible explanation for increased hyperandrogenism which results in clomiphene resistance (16).
The main biochemical findings are unopposed levels of estradiol and higher luteinizing hormone/follicle-stimulating hormone ratios, in addition to androgen excess, and these endocrine disorders result in chronic anovulation (8).
Both PCOS and metabolic syndrome share pathophysiological spectrum like insulin resistance and androgen excess which can explain obesity, type II diabetes, lipid abnormalities seen in patients with PCOS.12-14 PCOS is characterized by oligo-or anovulation which is responsible for infertility.
In a 24-week study of 57 policystic over patients with vitamin D deficiency, the patient was given 20.000 IU of vitamin D per week and reported a 50% improvement in oligomenorrhea and anovulation, as well as a marked decrease in fasting blood glucose (26).
It is associated with heterogeneous clinical manifestations including hyperandrogenemia, insulin resistance, and chronic anovulation, resulting in oligomenorrhea and infertility (2).
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common endocrine and metabolic disorders with a prevalence of approximately 60-70% in Chinese obese women of reproductive age.[1] The common manifestations of PCOS are oligomenorrhea, chronic anovulation, hyperandrogenism, hyperinsulinemia, and polycystic ovaries on ovarian ultrasonography.[2] PCOS increases the risks of type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, endometrial cancer, and ovarian cancer.[3],[4] The pathogenesis of PCOS remains unclear, although it is considered to be the result of interaction between genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors.
Gaye says studies show lack of iron can cause anovulation, when a woman doesn't ovulate as her egg may be in poor health.
Not ovulating regularly (anovulation) is common during adolescence and perimenopause, and is a common cause of temporarily absent or heavy menstrual periods."
Exercise-associated MD may also occur at the subclinical level, consisting of luteal phase defects (LPD) or anovulation, that result in subtle hormonal changes not commonly detected by self-report (9) or distinguishable from eumenorrhea without hormonal assessment.
"Studies have shown that lack of iron can cause anovulation - whereby a woman doesn't ovulate," warns nutritionist Gaye Godkin.
Amenorrhea, or the absence of menses, and anovulation, the absence of ovulation, are not always synonymous.
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) affects 6-10% of women in reproductive age and is characterized by hyperandrogenism, insulin resistance, and chronic anovulation [1].
In 18 (69.2%) patients, the cause of menorrhagia was anovulation Tables 3 and 4.
Menstrual irregularities, anovulation, and low conception rates in particular have all been associated with obesity through its effect on the hypothalamic pituitary ovarian axis.