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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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3] The common causes of puberty menorrhagia are anovulatory cycles, hypothyroidism, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOD), and coagulation disorders.
This phenomenon appears to reflect the functionality of granulosa cells, since granulosa cells from anovulatory women with PCOS hyper-secrete E2, compared to size-matched follicles from normal ovaries (57).
Structured exercise training programme versus hypocaloric hyperproteic diet in obese polycystic ovary syndrome patients with anovulatory infertility: a 24-week pilot study.
Anovulatory bleeding was most common in the above 40 age group.
A patient cannot be allowed to use these substances permanently in order to provoke anovulatory cycles.
Anovulatory cycles are also common in younger women, as are polycystic ovarian syndrome, and abnormalities of hormonal contraception.
There have been many reasons reported for why that might be the case, including lower marriage rates, sexual dysfunction, lower libido (in both men and women with epilepsy), and increased number of anovulatory cycles, or greater choice to not become pregnant, Dr.
Question: Oral contraceptives are prescription drugs sold with highly specific manufacturer instructions on how and when to take them, because the sequence of pill ingestion is critical to their anovulatory efficacy.
During adolescence as many as 85% of menstrual cycles are anovulatory during the first years following menarche and as many as 59% are anovulatory up to three years after the menarche in physiological conditions [7].
It was once believed that patients with regular but heavy menstrual bleeding were anovulatory.
A prospective study of dairy foods intake and anovulatory infertility.
Background: Anovulatory dysfunction is a common problem and is responsible for about 40% of female infertility.
Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is the most common endocrinopathy of women of reproductive age, characterised by hyperandrogenism, hyperinsulinaemia, long-term metabolic disturbances and menstrual irregularities, including anovulatory cycles.