La respuesta es no. Cuando hay falta de progesterona puede estar relacionado con ausencia de ovulación, pero no a la inversa.
Anovulation is one of the most frequent problems that gynaecologists encounter. Patients may present with oligomenorrhoea (infrequent menstrual cycles) or amenorrhoea (absence of one or more menstrual periods), in most cases presenting with anovulation, which significantly reduces their reproductive efficiency.
Occasionally, patients consult for dysfunctional metrorrhagia (prolonged and abundant bleeding), caused by oestrogens, since in the absence of ovulation there is no formation of the corpus luteum and therefore no production of progesterone.
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Guillermo Quea Campos
Guillermo Quea, MD has a degree in Medicine and Surgery from the University of San Martin de Porres. He also has a Master's Degree in Human Reproduction from the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos and another in Public Health and Preventive Medicine from the Universidad del País Vasco.
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