Why does anovulation happen?

Among the determining factors for this situation are: stress, significant weight gain or loss, excessive production of prolactin (the hormone responsible for producing breast milk) and polycystic ovaries, which are particularly important due to their complexity and frequency. Approximately 35% of women experience anovulation at some time during their lives. The origin of this hormonal... View Article

Why does anovulation happen?

Among the determining factors for this situation are: stress, significant weight gain or loss, excessive production of prolactin (the hormone responsible for producing breast milk) and polycystic ovaries, which are particularly important due to their complexity and frequency. Approximately 35% of women experience anovulation at some time during their lives. The origin of this hormonal... View Article

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