The key to finally getting pregnant is a correct diagnosis of the problem. Why is this important? Diagnosing anovulation is critical because pregnancy is not possible without the maturation and release of an egg. An anovulatory cycle is one in which ovulation does not occur. Approximately 40 percent of women suffer from anovulation making it difficult for them to get pregnant naturally. Anovulation is diagnosed when a woman’s ovary does not release an egg (oocyte) during her monthly menstrual cycle. Look: Ovulation Induction through IVF stimulates the growth of a single follicle in a woman’s ovary to release its egg.
When a woman’s ovary does not release an egg during her natural menstrual cycle, the condition diagnosed is anovulation. The goal of ovulation induction is to stimulate the growth of a single follicle to release its egg. Bottom Line: Superovulation – through the administration of fertility medication – to stimulate and grow multiple follicles and release more than one egg during a woman’s menstrual cycle.
The most common causes of anovulation:
At New Hope Fertility Center in NYC, Ovulation Dysfunction is treated with fertility medication.
Our fertility doctors have achieved great success in temporarily reversing ovarian dysfunction.
Clomid is an oral medication prescribed by our fertility doctors:
Femara is an oral medication working to block a woman’s production of estrogen. The components making up Femara belong to a classification of medications known as aromatase inhibitors. Aromatase is an enzyme responsible for producing estrogen. Femara works to inhibit aromatase – suppressing estrogen production.
Decreased estrogen production stimulates a woman’s ovaries into growing multiple egg follicles. The pituitary gland produces more of the hormones needed to stimulate a woman’s ovaries into producing multiple egg follicles – FSH and LH.
These hormones cause:
Most couples who are not suffering from infertility have a 25 percent chance of conceiving every month. When a woman is anovulatory – she can’t get pregnant because there is no egg for her male partner to fertilize with his sperm. If a woman has irregular ovulation, she has few to no chances of conceiving a baby.
Did you know? Ovulating late in a woman’s menstrual cycle produces low quality eggs. Low quality eggs make fertilization less likely.
Irregular ovulation throws off a woman’s reproductive system.
It is important to work with a World Renowned Doctor having the experience required to design a customized IVF treatment plan meeting your financial and medical needs. To schedule your initial consultation with world renowned fertility expert – Dr. John Zhang – call 917.525.5496.