- From an- + ovulatory. (Wiktionary)
“Irregular or missed periods are also known as anovulatory cycles.”
“Researchers in the United States have found a link between a low-fat dairy diet and increased risk of infertility due to lack of ovulation (anovulatory infertility).”
“Previous studies had suggested that lactose (a sugar found in milk) might be associated with anovulatory infertility, but Dr Chavarro's study found neither a positive nor negative association for this, and nor was there any association between intake of calcium, phosphorus or vitamin D and anovulatory infertility.”
“A prospective study of dairy foods intake and anovulatory infertility.”
“On the other hand, if women ate at least one serving of high-fat dairy food a day, they reduced their risk of anovulatory infertility by more than a quarter (27%) compared to women who consumed one or fewer high-fat dairy serving a week.”
“Any vaginal bleeding before the fifty-sixth day after birth is almost always anovulatory meaning that no egg has been released and can be ignored.”
“The two forms of birth control mentioned, IUDs and anovulatory pill, are both potentially abortifacient.”
“I know cases of women not taking BCP who were anovulatory, but still had monthly bleeding that they label as a period.”
“It is possible to have anovulatory bleeding—what may appear to be a menstrual period without ovulation—even after cycles have been established.”
“If you are breast-feeding, any vaginal bleeding before the fifty-sixth day after birth is almost always anovulatory meaning no ovulation has taken place and therefore can be ignored.”
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