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Dr. John Gordon
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Infrequent Ovulation (Overview)

Infrequent ovulation is a clinical finding in which ovulation does not occur as often as it typically does in most women, which is approximately once per month.


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Could acne be related to infrequent ovulation?

Could  acne be related to infrequent ovulation?

Yes with PCOS: Pcos with infrequent ovulation also has an increase in the male hormone, testosterone. This causes an increase in oily secretions and more acne. Acne can range from very mild to the deep cystic kind. If you are not trying to conceive, birth control pills can help lower the testosterone and the acne. ...Read more

Dr. John Gordon
56 doctors shared insights

Infrequent Ovulation (Overview)

Infrequent ovulation is a clinical finding in which ovulation does not occur as often as it typically does in most women, which is approximately once per month.


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How do you get rid of ovulating pain?

How do you get rid of ovulating pain?

Birth control pills: Birth control pills are one of the most common treatments for ovulation pain. Non steroidal anti- inflammatory meds like Ibuprofen are useful. Laparoscopic treatment of endometriosis may be of help of that's a contributing factor. ...Read more

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Could my infertility be related to infrequent ovulation?

Could my infertility be related to infrequent ovulation?

Yes: Irregular ovulation is a frequent contributor to infertility. Thorough evaluation needed. ...Read more

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Could acne be related to infrequent ovulation?

Yes with PCOS: Pcos with infrequent ovulation also has an increase in the male hormone, testosterone. This causes an increase in oily secretions and more acne. Acne can range from very mild to the deep cystic kind. If you are not trying to conceive, birth control pills can help lower the testosterone and the acne. ...Read more

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Could my acne be related to infrequent ovulation?

Could my acne be related to infrequent ovulation?

Hormone-Induced Acne: Acne is most often idiopathic (meaning we really don't know the cause). But in women, it can be a sign of hormonal abnormalities, especially when associated with irregular periods, weight gain/obesity, excess facial or body hair, or thinning of the scalp hair. The most common form of hormone-induced acne is polycystic ovarian syndrome. See your dermatologist, but also your gynecologist. ...Read more

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Can my dock test my ovulation becuase I have irruglar mentration n ovulationa in im currently tryin to have a baby but think I have tyroids?

Can my dock test my ovulation becuase I have irruglar mentration n ovulationa in im currently tryin to have a baby but think I have tyroids?

Yes: Your doctor can test for all of that, including the thyroid. Go see your obgyn or primary care doctor and he/she will test for you or send you to the appropriate specialists as needed. ...Read more

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Fbrds r( 3×1.8×2.3)(3.4×2.6×2.6)(3.1×2.7×1.5)intrml. Others 0.8cm to 2.9cm .Ovulating.Not concvg.Pain n hvy bleeding.Shld go for operation?

Location location: Your fibroids individually are not very big but in sum are bigger than your uterus. They likely are contributing to your heavy periods. If wishing to conceive, would evaluate other potential causes before making decision whether to proceed with removal of fibroids. ...Read more

Dr. Philip Chenette
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Ovulation (Definition)

Ovulation is the act of the ovary releasing the egg after it has been hormonally prepared, to be ...Read more