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Ovulation Disorders

Anovulation is the lack of normal, regular ovulation. Ovulation disorders are present in up to 20 percent of infertile couples.

Ovulation Disorders Articles

Women with ovulation disorders are typically given medication as the first line of treatment. While there are a variety of fertility drugs designed to stimulate follicle growth and egg development, all have the same goal: to induce ovulation. Your doctor will determine which drug, or combination of drugs, best addresses your specific infertility issue.

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Video: Can I Get Pregnant if I am Not Ovulating or Not Ovulating Regularly?

There are a number of reasons a woman may not be ovulating or ovulating regularly - from thyroid issues to PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome). Dr. David Keenan, a fertility doctor with Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine explains how these conditions may be treated.