Each month, you release an egg that travels down your fallopian tube to your uterus to be fertilized. Any disruption in that process can prevent you from bringing your baby home.
The ovulatory infertility factor refers to any disturbance that may be occurring in your ovulation process, caused by a number of hormonal imbalances, disorders in your ovaries, and certain medical conditions.
Polycystic ovary syndrome: hormonal disorder that increases the size of your ovaries due to small cysts forming on the outside of your ovaries
Amenorrhea: absence of menstruation due to multiple causes, from contraceptive use to medical conditions
Anovulation: failure to release eggs during your menstrual cycle
Premature ovarian failure: your ovaries do not produce enough estrogen or release eggs on a regular basis.
Hyperprolactinemia or high prolactin: excessive levels of prolactin, a hormone that stimulates your milk production
Obesity: alters your ovulation process and can cause irregular menstrual periods
Hypothyroidism: deficiency of thyroid hormones that interfere with the release of your eggs
Low ovarian reserve: reduced number of eggs in your ovaries
Poor oocyte quality: insufficient developmental conditions in your eggs
Ovarian cysts: solid formations or sacs with fluid inside your ovary or on its surface
Insulin resistance: your body's cells do not respond to the insulin hormone, which can affect your ovulation
In order to properly diagnose any causes pertaining to the ovulatory factor of infertility, we must first perform a variety of clinical tests, including a transvaginal ultrasound, to determine the specific conditions preventing you from fulfilling your dream of becoming a mother.
Any impediment or alteration that you are experiencing in your fallopian tubes can be properly addressed and will not prevent you from having a baby.
If this is your situation, the safest and most viable option to become a mother is through in vitro fertilization. And the first step along your journey is through an Insignia Diagnosis, carried out by specialists in Assisted Reproduction.
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