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Oligoovulation

Dec 15, 2009 Oligoovulation can be defined as infrequent, irregular ovulation. Learn more about oligoovulation here.

Oligoovulation is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Oligoovulation books and related discussion.

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Practical Tips on Inducing Ovulation (Oligo-Ovulation)
JAMA 198:693-698, 1966. Practical Tips on Inducing Ovulation (Oligo-Ovulation).
Three Sisters With Oligo-ovulation
in threesisters with oligo-ovulation.
Review: metformin used alone or combined with clomifene may
PCOS is characterized by oligo-ovulation, irregular menses, and symptoms of androgen excess, such as hirsutism and acne.
V POLYCYSTIC OVARY SYNDROME
androgenism and, in most cases, oligo-ovulation and oligo- menorrhea. Many women secreting tumor.
Distribution of causes of infertility in Patients attending Primary
were male factor (45%), oligo-ovulation disorders (37%), and tubal damage (18% ). Infertility factors were identified in the woman alone in 30.

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Un risque plus élevé de complications obstétricales en cas de syndrome des
L'oligo-ovulation ou l'anovulation, qui sont l'une des composantes de ce syndrome, sont une cause majeure d'infertilité et les femmes atteintes d'un SOPK doivent souvent avoir recours aux techniques de procréation médicalement assistée (PMA).

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Oligoovulation - Definition of Oligoovulation
Dec 15, 2009 Oligoovulation can be defined as infrequent, irregular ovulation. Learn more about oligoovulation here.
Menstrual disorder - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Infrequent or irregular ovulation (usually defined as cycles of ≥36 days or <8 cycles a year) is called oligoovulation.
Anovulation or oligoovulation. Treatment--hazards and precautions.
Anovulation or oligoovulation. Treatment--hazards and precautions. M L Taymor.
HRC Fertility, Understanding Ovulation & Disorders - Huntington
endometrium breaks down and is released during menstruation. Lack of ovulation is termed "anovulation" and irregular ovulation is termed " oligoovulation".
Ovulation Problems, Fertility and Infertility
Some women ovulate occasionally (oligoovulation), for example, several times a year.

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