American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The failure, cessation, or suppression of ovulation.
- n. lack of ovulation
- n. the absence of ovulation due to immaturity or post-maturity or pregnancy or oral contraceptive pills or dysfunction of the ovary
- an- + ovulation (Wiktionary)
“Many women will respond to Clomid, especially if the issue is PCOS or anovulation.”
“So as soon as you manage the stress, whether it's through meditation or acupuncture or therapy or you know, some kind of toxicity, toxic relationship is going on, as soon as you manage the stress, the anovulation will stop -- will frequently resolve.”
“But one of the most common causes of infertility is anovulation, which means the hormones that are secreted by the pituitary are a little bit out of, you know, balance.”
“Infertility, generally resulting from chronic anovulation lack of ovulation”
“There is also a high chance that women who receive treatment for anovulation will produce twins or multiple births.”
“Also, as there is a problem of anovulation the ovary does not produce eggs every month, hence the girl suffers from irregular periods (usually delayed) scanty or heavy flow and often has difficulty in conceiving.”
“Now while it is true that the commonest cause for anovulation is PCOD, the other common diagnosis which needs to be ruled out is premature ovarian failure.”
“The worst tragedy occurs when a patient with anovulation because of poor ovarian reserve is misdiagnosed as having PCOD.”
“She saw two general practitioners, Dr C and Dr D, before being referred to the gynaecologist, Dr B, who diagnosed her with anovulation - the absence of ovulation.”
“She said that her difficulty arises because she does not ovulate regularly, a problem known as anovulation.”
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