Amenorrhea is the absence of period in women. It is considered to be amenorrhea when a woman of childbearing age hasn’t had her period for over three months. To diagnose it, blood analyses and ultrasounds are carried out.
Women suffering from anovulation are unable to release mature eggs from the ovary. There is a lack of viable oocytes and fertilization cannot be reached.
Also known as premature ovarian failure, it relates to those cases in which menopause approaches women before age 40, thus preventing them from getting pregnant. Women suffering from this condition should undergo assisted reproductive technologies.
The andorgen insensitivity syndrome (AIS) is a male pseudohermaphroditism in which the individual has the karyotype of a male and some physical characteristics of women.
This type of infertility in woman is due to alterations in the hypothalamic-pituitary axis, alterations in the gland that produces sexual hormones (pituitary) or in the cerebral structure (hypothalamus) that stimulates that gland.
Hyperprolactinemia is the abnormal segregation of breast milk in women. This disorder may be presented with other symptoms, so it is necessary to have a study of the patient.
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