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How do I fix my problem of not ovulating? What tips do you have for me. I want to ovulate :(
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Dr. Luis Gonzalez
Obstetrics & Gynecology
In brief: Vaginal Dryness
Loss of vaginal lubrication often follows the decrease of estrogen from your ovaries.
This diminution of hormones may happen before menopause. Over the counter lubricants are a quick fix. Estrogen will increase natural lubrication and improve the elasticity of the vagina.Proper evaluation by a gynecologist will help to find the answer.

In brief: Vaginal Dryness
Loss of vaginal lubrication often follows the decrease of estrogen from your ovaries.
This diminution of hormones may happen before menopause. Over the counter lubricants are a quick fix. Estrogen will increase natural lubrication and improve the elasticity of the vagina.Proper evaluation by a gynecologist will help to find the answer.
Dr. Luis Gonzalez
Dr. Luis Gonzalez
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Dr. Luis Gonzalez
Obstetrics & Gynecology
In brief: Ovulation
First, the cause for your anovulation needs to be diagnosed.
A complete hormonal work up, pelvic imaging and laparoscopy may help. Low thyroid function, polycystic ovary syndrome, extreme weight changes and stress are but a few associated conditions. Ovulation induction with medication is often successful . See your doctor.

In brief: Ovulation
First, the cause for your anovulation needs to be diagnosed.
A complete hormonal work up, pelvic imaging and laparoscopy may help. Low thyroid function, polycystic ovary syndrome, extreme weight changes and stress are but a few associated conditions. Ovulation induction with medication is often successful . See your doctor.
Dr. Luis Gonzalez
Dr. Luis Gonzalez
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Dr. Edward Neilsen
Family Medicine
In brief: Depends on the cause
Not ovulating..
..This is common for one or two cycles per year for any woman, but if this occurs more often, you really need a work-up. Pcos can do this, and can sometimes be treated with metformin, a medication also used for diabetes. Maintaining a healthy weight (not too high or low) can also help. Sometimes cycling for a few months on birth control pills is neccessary.

In brief: Depends on the cause
Not ovulating..
..This is common for one or two cycles per year for any woman, but if this occurs more often, you really need a work-up. Pcos can do this, and can sometimes be treated with metformin, a medication also used for diabetes. Maintaining a healthy weight (not too high or low) can also help. Sometimes cycling for a few months on birth control pills is neccessary.
Dr. Edward Neilsen
Dr. Edward Neilsen
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