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anovulation

[‚an‚äv·yə′lā·shən]
(medicine)
The absence of ovulation.
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In anovulatory bleeding with stable patient, PG synthetase inhibitors such as mefenamic acid and antifibrinolytic drugs tranexamic acid were used as the first-line therapy for control of blood loss.
Low-dose FSH therapy for anovulatory infertility associated with polycystic ovary syndrome: rationale, results, reflections and refinements.
Exercise decreases anti-mullerian hormone in anovulatory overweight women with polycystic ovary syndrome: a pilot study.
Distribution of Ovulatory and Anovulatory Bleeding Age Group Type > 40 Years < 40 Years Number % Number % Ovulatory 29 51.
But although the articles initially make no mention of the circulation of anovulatory medications on the national market, the adverts that filled the journal's pages reveal that something was indeed happening in the world of hormonal pills.
Overall, hyperandrogenism together with high levels of LH significantly disturbs the physiological process of ovarian follicular maturation and may lead to anovulatory cycles.
A total of 212 patients of age 20 to 38 years with anovulatory infertility were included in the study.
After anesthesia, the reproductive tract was exteriorised through a mid-ventral incision and the superovulatory responses were assessed by counting the corpus luteum (CL) and anovulatory follicles of both ovaries.
It is the most frequent cause of anovulatory infertility and can bring terrible physical changes in the appearance of a woman, if not treated at an initial stage.
Average number of embryo recovery, corpus luteum, anovulatory follicles and unfertilised oocytes for Groups 1 and 2 were 0.
Benign hyperplasia is typically associated with higher levels of estrogen present for longer periods, when compared with anovulatory endometrium.
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is the commonest cause of anovulatory subfertility, and hence the incidence of polycystic ovary morphology is expected to be high in women having ultrasound as part of fertility investigations.