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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Ovulation Disorders Articles
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Ed Marut M.D. at Fertility Centers of Illinois discusses what is diminished Ovarian Reserve.
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.