Dr. José León Tovar, gynecologist at Ginemed Huelva, tells us about the symptoms of anovulation:
Yes, polycystic ovarian syndrome, for example, or anovulation itself can cause menstrual disorders, i.e. irregular periods. Basal body temperature at or near periovulation can also be affected. The quality of the cervical mucus, which is as important as mucus is in the process of normal fertilization of a couple achieving pregnancy at home, can also be affected.