What is Ovulation Disorder?
Ovulation, usually, takes place on regular monthly basis. If anything interferes with this regular process, it can cause ovulatory disorders and ovulatory dysfunction. If menstrual cycle of a woman is more than 38 days or less than 21 days then the woman is anovulatory or not ovulating. Women who have premenstrual signs and symptoms along with regular monthly periods are counted among ovulatory in more than 97 percent of the cases. It is only in less than 3 percent of the cases that woman with regular cycles is not ovulating. If cycles of a woman are nor regular, for example, between one and six months apart, chances are that she might occasionally ovulate and this condition is known as oligo-ovulation.
Here are the circumstances which can trigger ovulatory disorders
- Psychological, emotional and physical stress
- Very low body weight
- Polycystic Ovarian Disease (PCOD)
- Elevated Prolactin Levels
- Idiopathic – no obvious or unknown reason
- Excessive exercise
- Disorders of the thyroid, adrenal or pituitary glands
- Obesity – 25 percent over the ideal body weight
Two Common Types of Ovulation Problems
These are two basic forms of ovulation problems
Anovulation – It refers to a condition in which there is complete absence of ovulation. It can take place in pre-menopausal women because of problems related to the hypothalamus, low Body Mass Index, psychological stress and eating disorders.
Oligo-ovulation – In this condition occur irregular ovulation. Women who suffer from this condition often experience frequent ovulation in which eggs are released infrequently or sporadically. It becomes difficult for such women to determine their period of fertility.
Ovulation disorder is one of the most common causes of infertility in women. When it comes to the treatment of this condition, you can schedule an appointment with FSIVF Fertility Clinic in Delhi. Here, you can be assured to get the most effective and right ovulation disorders treatment.