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  • tom019 07-30-17 | 10:25 AM
  • Are there treatments that can me ovulate?
  • sarah016 07-30-17 | 10:26 AM
  • The best treatment for ovulatory dysfunction depends on the cause of the problem, but most cases can be overcome with medications and fertility treatment. Medications like clomiphene citrate, letrozole, and injectable hormones can be used to produce follicles and mature eggs. Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) is a hormone that acts like LH in the body and injecting this hormone will trigger ovulation by mimicking the LH surge. In specific cases, leuprolide acetate is another medication that can be used to trigger ovulation. More and more women are now monitoring ovulation using home ovulation predictor kits (OPKs). These kits detect LH in the urine and can help determine when ovulation is happening and define the time interval for greatest fertility. There are a few other tools that a doctor can use to determine if ovulation is happening.The important point here is that most cases of ovulatory dysfunction can be treated in order to help you conceive. If you are struggling with infertility and think you may have a problem with ovulation you should seek assistance from a specialist. A fertility specialist will gather information to determine if you are ovulating, the underlying cause, and can suggest a personalized treatment plan to help you achieve your goals.
  • Malone 11-09-17 | 10:13 AM
  • Hello Tom. What exactly is the problem? Are you ovulating irregularly? Or aren't ovulating at all? There are many medications you can take. There are hormone supplements and stimulants you can try. Ask your doctor to prescribe you something suitable.
  • Ressie 11-09-17 | 10:27 AM
  • Hello, Tom. How are you? Tom, my dear, the treatment of ovulatory dysfunction depends upon the cause of it. We cannot take any treatment without knowing the cause. I would suggest you visit the doctor. The doctor will find out the cause. He will advise on the solution based on your cause.
  • Shanell 11-09-17 | 10:30 AM
  • Hey there. What seems to be the issue? Is the problem the ovaries? Or the fallopian tubes? Both have the same effect, i.e. no ovulation. However, the suggested treatment is different for both. Let me know if you want more information.