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What Are The Causes Of Not Ovulating
Some: Women may have little to no symptoms. Others may have sever symptoms. Each patient varies. Some common signs/symptoms. Change in cervical discharge. , change in basal temp. Usually goes down a little. Then sharp jump with ovulation may have abdominal discomfort. Usually one sided changes in cervix position. Can also have increase sexual desire. These are just a few signs to look for ...Read more
Cause of infertility: The causes are many. 40% of cases it's due to a problem in the woman, and 40% are due to a problem in the male. The remaining 20% are of unknown origin. You need to go through a work up (which can be completed in 2 moths) prior to starting treatment. The majority of couples can be helped and will overcome their infertility. ...Read more
Unknown: The top theories in order: 1) implants form from back-flow of menstrual endometrium through the tubes into the pelvis, 2) disease spreads through lymphatics and/or blood vessels, 3) 'coelomic metaplasia, ' in which normal cells change into endometriosis. The first two likely account for many cases. The arguments get fairly involved, but none of these theories is entirely satisfactory. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pregnancy first !!: Must rule out pregnancy first ! if no menses prior (called primary amenorrhea) abve age 15yrs, then anatomical causes also must be considered (lack of uterus, blood flow blockage, etc). If menses took place prior (called secondary amenorrhea) then hormonal causes such as elevated prolactin, testosterone or low thyroid should be considered. Significant weight loss also possible. Talk with your pcp. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many: Amenorrhea has many causes. Many relate to a deficiency in those hormones from the pituitary gland which stimulate the ovaries (gonadotropins) or an excess of another pituitary hormone, prolactin. This might be from a tumor, a loss of pituitary blood supply, trauma, etc. Or as an aging change (menopause). There are less common local ovarian diseases. ...Read more
Many: There are a number of causes but the underlying issue is not ovulating regularly. In about 70 percent of situations we can identify specific causes but for some people it's just howl her body functions currently. There are a number of treatments but most depend on the cause. ...Read more
Different.: Don't quite understand the question. But different hormones have different effects on the body. We have many hormones in our body. We have hormones to send signals to the body to perform different processes. ...Read more
Euphoria, nausea.: Initial pregnancy symptoms: euphoria, nausea, vomiting, food aversion and peculiar food tastes/cravings, ptyalism, fatigue. As pregnancy advances, other symptoms predominate: back pain, lower abdominal pressure, frequent urination, progressive acid reflux, interrupted sleep, nasal stuffiness, constipation, increased appetite and anxiety. ...Read more
Take a test : Don't guess. Take a test. In today's world you do not need to wonder if you are pregnant or not based on symptoms. Pregnancy tests are available at any pharmacy and in minutes you will have your answer. They can detect a pregnancy 7-10 days after conception. The best time to take one is when you miss your period. ...Read more
Many possible: Reasons, especially at age 46 (if that's your true age.) see a doctor to sort out your reasons, no doctor online can tell without a detailed history, an exam, and possibly lab tests. ...Read more
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