Anovulation Symptoms, Treatments, and Remedies

Anovulation and You

You have always wanted a baby of your own to hold in your arms.  A child that you could love and teach the wonders of the world.  For as long as you can remember, you have wanted to be a parent, but for some reason, it does not seem like the pieces are coming together to create a family.

You might have heard of the term “anovulation” and wondered if it could apply to you.  Through this blog, you will learn about what anovulation is and what it can mean for you.   Dr. Jane Miller is an expert at creating treatment plans that work for her patients’ individual needs.  To learn about anovulation, treatments, and remedies, keep reading this blog!

What Is Anovulation?

Anovulation is defined as a menstrual cycle where ovaries do not release an oocyte.  Because the oocyte is not released, then ovulation cannot occur.  While this concept might seem simple in terms of fertility, diagnosing anovulation is not always so easy.

The body can stop releasing ooctyes for a number of reasons including:

  • Too Much Exercise or Weight Loss- when the body losses too much weight, amenorrhea can result as the ovulatory cycle is disrupted.  Regaining necessary weight can be essential to reestablishing normal ovulation.
  • Stress- anxiety can play a major roll to if your body can ovulate normally.  By learning to cope with your stress, you can help your body relax and gain the needed balance to begin normal ovulation.
  • Evaluate Your Medications- certain medications can interfere with ovulation, so speak with Dr. Jane Miller to learn what medications can interfere with your normal cycle.

During a consultation, our North Hudson IVF team will learn about your individual battle with infertility.  In order to evaluate if anovulation is the cause of infertility, we will need to perform some blood tests, and maybe an MRI, ultrasound, laparoscopy, or CATscan.

When you arrive in our office, we work with you to offer personalized care that makes you feel comfortable and confident with our doctors.  Dr. Jane Miller will create a treatment plan that is best suited to make parenthood a reality.  By targeting the root cause of the fertility issue, Dr. Miller can create treatment plans that work to solve the problem, as opposed to placing a band- aid on it.

Learn More About Anovulation

If you are looking for more information about anovulation and infertility, do not hesitate to contact the North Hudson IVF team. Dr. Jane Miller will answer all of your questions about infertility so that you can feel confident with the entire process.  She will take the time to learn about your individual history, and makes sure that you know how much she cares about helping to make your family home.

Do not wait any longer to find out more about anovulation.  Give the North Hudson IVF team a call today!

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