- Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS):
The hormonal disorder causes cysts to form on the outside of the ovaries, increasing the size of the ovaries as a result.
Is the absence of menstruation, which may be caused by different factors, such as the use of birth control and certain medical conditions.
Is the failure to release an egg during a menstrual cycle.
- Premature ovarian failure:
This happens when ovaries do not produce enough estrogen, and eggs are not released in a regular manner
-High Prolactin (Hyperprolactinemia):
This means prolactin levels are too high, prolactin's goal is to promote lactation.
May interfere and negatively impact the ovulation process, which results in irregular menstrual cycles.
thyroid hormone deficiency may interfere with the release of eggs during menstrual cycles.
- Diminished ovarian reserve
The amount of eggs stored in the ovaries is low.
- Poor egg quality:
Eggs will not develop or mature adequately under certain conditions.
Solid as well as fluid sac cystic formations on the inside or outside of the ovaries.