Tag: anovulation


Hypothalamic amenorrhea

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.

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Egg donation in the USA

Ovarian insufficiency

Egg donation is an allowed fertility treatment within the USA. Here you will find in which cases is it necessary as well as which are the main requirements to qualify as an egg donor.

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Female sterility

Female sterility: causes

There are several types of infertility among women. As for what causes it, there are three main factors: the ovarian endocrine factor, the tubal or tuboperitoneal factor, and the uterine factor. Each of them causes different types of alterations.

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Donor-egg IVF in the USA

Choosing an egg donor

Egg donation is regulated by law in the United States, although legislation varies from state to state. There is no obligation to choose an anonymous egg donor.

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What are polycystic ovaries?

Approximately 25% to 30% of women suffer from polycystic ovary, which isn’t necessarily linked to Polycystic Ovary syndrome. Here, the main focus will be the polycystic ovaries.

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Illnesses that cause female infertility

Premature menopause

33% infertility cases are due to a female origin and there are several disorders and illnesses that can affet female fertility. In this article we present some of the most common diseases that cause female infertility.

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Increase in blood prolactin

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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Therapeutic indications of GONAL-f

Ovarian stimulation with Gonal

It is indicated as a medicine to women who have problems in their ovarian induction such as anovulation or in cases where stimulation is necessary to the assisted reproduction treatment.

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