Diagnosis of Anovulation

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Lately, due to stress, unhealthy meals and diets meant to help women lose pounds many women find themselves in the situation of not being able to conceive. And since the anovulatory infertility is the main cause that makes women seek help in specialized clinics that can offer them alternative methods of getting pregnant, there is no wonder why the in vitro fertilization has come to be so popular among women of different ages today.


If you are among the women that are not sure whether they have to face themselves with anovulation or not you should read the following lines that will make clear the symptoms and the diagnosis of anovulation.

The first thing you need to hear about is that when you see a change in your menstruation like irregular periods you should know this is the first sign that warns you about an ovulatory disorder. But, other symptoms that can target this problem may also include an excessive menstrual bleeding, an unusual basal body temperature and fewer PMS symptoms. No matter the cause and the change you notice in your menstruation you should know you need to seek for a solution in improving your condition as otherwise you will have to face infertility. And since we know for sure that this is not on your list you should also take into account making some ultrasound and blood tests that can show you exactly what you are dealing with. You should know that the diagnosis of anovulation is not something to scare you too much and the results can be very helpful in finding ways of treatment.

In the ultrasound testing the doctor will examine the state of your ovaries and will seek for the cause that makes your ovaries not being able to release the eggs. The examination includes checking the shapes and sizes of the ovaries, fallopian tubes and uterus as well as some unusual dimensions will reveal where your infertility problem is located. Furthermore in the diagnosis of anovulation blood tests may be required in order to check the levels of hormones. You should know hormones are responsible for signalizing the ovulation in every woman’s body and they can also be the cause of the lack of fertility in the absence of female eggs. Thyroid hormones along with estrogen, progesterone and FSH play a very important role in a woman’s menstruation and fertility and you should have them checked in order to see where your infertility issue is coming from. Once you have taken these tests the next step would be to take some medical prescriptions for drugs and treatments that help in improving your fertility condition.