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Anovulation is a condition where ovary fails to release ova over a period of time generally exceeding 3 months. Therefore, ovulation does not take place. The normal functioning ovary releases one ovum every 25–28 days. This average time between ovulation events is variable, especially during puberty and the peri-menopause period. A woman who does not ovulate at each menstrual cycle is not necessarily going through menopause. Chronic anovulation is a common cause of infertility.
Anovulation can arise from a number of causes, ranging from diet and exercise to complex disruptions in the relationships between tiny glands in the brain that control our most basic functions.One of the cardinal signs of anovulation is irregular or absent menstrual periods.
Related Journals of Anovulation
Journal of Pharmaceutical Technology, Journal of Womens Health, Scandinavian Journal of Infectious Diseases, Iranian Journal of Clinical Infectious Diseases, Open Infectious Diseases Journal, Problems of Infectious and Parasitic Diseases.