Anovulation means not ovulating. Anovulation happens when the ovaries do not release an oocyte during a menstrual cycle and ovulation does not take place.

Anovulation: Why Am I Not Ovulating?

Not ovulating is the leading cause of female infertility. Learn how to recognize if you are ovulating and how not ovulating impacts your fertility. ... read more »

No Menstrual Period and Not Pregnant?

If you have amenorrhea and you don't have a period and are not pregnant, then certain tests can be done to find out why you are not getting your period. ... read more »

Causes of Amenorrhea

I had no menstrual period for 2 months. What could be the cause? ... read more »

The Big O: Ovulation

When trying to get pregnant, ovulation is vital. There are several ways to find out if you are ovulating. Some of these you can do yourself at home while others require help from your doctor. ... read more »

Obesity and Time to Get Pregnant

Fertility for overweight and obese women can be significantly improved by losing weight, regardless of menstrual cycle regularity, parity, smoking habits and age. ... read more »

Diet and Dairy Food and Infertility

High intake of low-fat dairy foods diet may increase the risk of infertility whereas intake of high-fat dairy foods may decrease this risk. ... read more »

What is Clomid (Clomiphene Citrate)?

What is Clomid and what is it used for? ... read more »

Erratic BBT curve

My BBT temperatures are all over the place ... read more »

Irregular Menstrual Cycles and Fertility Microscope

Can I use a fertility microscope with an irregular menstrual cycle? ... read more »

Obesity and Fertility

Does obesity affect my fertility? ... read more »

Weight, Fertility and Pregnancy

There are many things that can affect a woman's ability to conceive. One of the most prominent causes for fertility problems is weight. ... read more »

Do I Need an OPK To Get Pregnant?

An ovulation prediction kit or OPK is created to measure the amount of luteinizing hormone in the urine. ... read more »

Irregular Periods

I have irregular periods, how can I get pregnant? ... read more »

No Periods - Not Ovulating

If I don't have my periods does that mean I am not ovulating? ... read more »

Causes of Fertility Problems

The three major causes of infertility are sperm problems, ovulation problems, and fallopian tube problems. ... read more »

BabyMed BBT Charts

Chart statistics for BBT charts rated and evaluated from January 1 to October 21, 2002. ... read more »

No Periods Without Prometrium

I have no periods without prometrium. How can I get pregnant? ... read more »

Exercise and Late Period

Why is my period late? ... read more »

Stopping the Pill After 11 Years

Will there be a problem after I stop the pill? ... read more »

Irregular Periods - Getting Pregnant

My periods come every three to four months, what's wrong? ... read more »

What is Impaired Fecundity?

Impaired fecundity is the term used for couples who have trouble conceiving or carry a baby in utero once conception occurs. ... read more »

Infertility Testing - Female

Infertility testing for women addresses several issues involving ovulation, eggs, uterus, cervix, and fallopian tubes ... read more »

What is Infertility?

Infertility is defined as someone who can not get pregnant within a 12 month time period. ... read more »

What Is Unexplained Infertility?

Most cases of unexplained infertility fall into 1 of 3 categories. ... read more »

Infertility Causes - Women

There are many infertility causes for women, and testing is required to find out the reason for infertility. ... read more »

What is Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome?

PCOS is the most common hormonal reproductive problem. ... read more »

How Does a Ovulation Predictor Kit Work?

An ovulation prediction kit or OPK can be used by women and men who are trying to conceive to time intercourse. ... read more »

What Are Causes of Spotting?

What are the possible causes of spotting? ... read more »

Clomiphene (Clomid) or Metformin (Glucophage): Which is Best?

About 1 in 3 of the nearly 8 million women in the US with infertility have received drugs to induce ovulation and the #1 reason why women don't ovulate (anovulation) is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). ... read more »

Stress and TTC/Getting Pregnant

Stress can interfere with normal ovulation. So if you don't ovulate regularly, one of the causes could be stress. ... read more »

Low Temperatures

What do low temperatures mean? ... read more »

Ovarian Cysts and Fertility

Ovarian cysts are unique in that they can be attributed to a number of other conditions. The source of the ovarian cysts is an important factor in determining whether or not the female will be able to conceive naturally. ... read more »

OPK Positive - No Ovulation

Is it possible that my Ovulation Preditor Kit (OPK) was positive without ovulation? ... read more »

Ovarian Overproduction and Fertility

Fertility can be affected by over producing ovaries. If the testosterone levels are too high, the female will not menstruate, let alone ovulate. ... read more »

Effect of Sporadic Anovulation on Ovulatory Hormone Levels

Researchers from the Eunice Shriver Kennedy National Institute of Child Health and Human Development recently published a study on hormone levels in women experiencing anovulation. The study was published in the journal Human Reproduction. ... read more »

Does PCOS Put Women at Risk for Other Conditions?

Women with PCOS can be at an increased risk for developing several other conditions. Irregular menstrual periods and the absence of ovulation causes women to produce the hormone estrogen, but not the hormone progesterone. ... read more »

Obesity and Reproduction: Impact and Intervention

Obese women undergoing fertility treatment should lose weight and be advised about fertility and pregnancy risks of obesity. ... read more »

Ovulation and the Menstrual Cycle

The timing of the menstrual cycle and ovulation is one of the most important things a woman should understand about her body since it is the determining factor in getting pregnant. ... read more »

Multivitamins May Decrease Ovulatory Infertility

Regular use of multivitamin supplements may decrease the risk of ovulatory infertility. ... read more »

Medical Therapy in Women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

PCOS is characterized by oligo-amenorrhea, clinical and/or biochemical hyperandrogenism, polycystic ovaries, and, often, morbid obesity. ... read more »

Infertility and Fertility Issues - Clomid Pregnancy

babyMed provides fertility and infertility information and tips to couples trying to get pregnant. We also provide fertility tools to improve your chances of having a healthy pregnancy. ... read more »

Early Pregnancy Bleeding

Why would I have spotting or bleeding in early pregnancy? ... read more »

The BIG O - It's All About Ovulation

Ovulation is the release of an egg from the ovary. Ovulation is essential when trying to get pregnant and unless you are pregnant your period usually begins 14 days after ovulation ... read more »

Missed Menstrual Periods And Amenorrhea

On average, women have between 11 and 13 menstrual cycles, or periods, each year. For some women, 11 is far too many and others would love to have only 13 periods. ... read more »

Amenorrhea - Missing Your Period - Pregnancy Diagnosis

Amenorrhea is the absence of a menstrual period. Missing your regular menstrual period is for most women the very first early pregnancy sign. ... read more »

Late Period - Negative Pregnancy Test

Late Period: Negative Pregnancy Test. There are two reasons for having a negative pregnancy test and having a late period: You did not ovulate anovulation or you did too early a pregnancy testing. ... read more »

Anovulation (No Ovulation) Causes

Reasons for not ovulating (anovulation) inlcude polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), premature ovarian failure, and hypothalamic amenorrhea. ... read more »

How Many Months Can Clomid Be Taken?

How many months can Clomid be taken? Clomid is an oral fertility medication used to induce ovulation in women who have are not ovulating to help them get pregnant. ... read more »

Polycystic Ovarian Disease and Being Able to Conceive

PCOD (Poly Cystic Ovarian Disease) can make it harder for a woman to become pregnant as menstrual cycles and ovulation are often disrupted by the small cysts on the ovaries associated with the disease. ... read more »

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