Synonyms for oligoovulation or Related words with oligoovulation

oligomenorrhea              anovulation              polymenorrhea              hypoestrogenism              hyperandrogenemia              hyperandrogenism              metrorrhagia              oligospermia              oligomenorrhoea              subfertility              perimenopause              hypermenorrhea              ohss              virilism              hyperandrogenic              amenorrhea              virilization              andropause              menorrhagia              panhypopituitarism              anovulatory              asthenozoospermia              anorgasmia              hyperprolactinemia              hirsutism              galactorrhea              hypomenorrhea              perimenopausal              hypogonadism              gynecomastia              pmdd              hypertestosteronism              adrenarche              hypoovarianism              pcos              anaorgasmia              galactorrhoea              hsdd              masculinizing              feminization              asthenospermia              oligozoospermia              masculinization              menoxenia              postmenopause              prostatomegaly              azoospermia              hyposecretion              adenomyosis              amenorrhoea             

Examples of "oligoovulation"
Disorders of ovulation include oligoovulation and anovulation:
Disorders of ovulation are classified as menstrual disorders and include oligoovulation and anovulation:
In contrast, when referring to treating menstrual disorders, such as oligoovulation or anovulation, the preferred term is ovulation induction. In this article, unless otherwise specified, hyperstimulation will refer to hyperstimulation as part of IVF.
Clomifene is useful in those who are infertile due to anovulation or oligoovulation. Evidence is lacking for the use of clomifene in those who are infertile without a known reason. In such cases, studies have observed a clinical pregnancy rate 5.6% per cycle with clomifene treatment vs. 1.3%–4.2% per cycle without treatment.
The company was acquired by Dow Chemical in 1980, and in 1989 Dow Chemical acquired 67 percent interest of Marion Laboratories, which was renamed Marion Merrell Dow. In 1995 Hoechst AG acquired the pharmaceutical business of Marion Merrell Dow. Hoechst in turn became part of Aventis in 1999, and subsequently a part of Sanofi. It became the most widely prescribed drug for ovulation induction to reverse anovulation or oligoovulation.
Ovulation induction in the sense of reversing anovulation or oligoovulation is indicated for women who do not ovulate on their own regularly, such as those with Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). The medication which is most commonly used to treat anovulation is clomifene citrate (or clomid), which is a selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM) that increases production of gonadotropins by inhibiting negative feedback from estrogen on the hypothalamus.
Ovulation induction is the stimulation of ovulation by medication. It is usually used in the sense of stimulation of the development of ovarian follicles to reverse anovulation or oligoovulation, but can also be used in the sense of triggering "oocyte release" from relatively mature ovarian follicles. In any case, ovarian stimulation (in the sense of stimulating the development of oocytes) is often used in conjunction with ("strict") ovulation induction. Also, a few definitions also include controlled ovarian hyperstimulation (stimulating the development of multiple follicles of the ovaries in one single cycle) in the definition of ovarian stimulation. Otherwise, ovarian hyperstimulation may still be a side effect of ovulation induction.
Infrequent or irregular ovulation is called "oligoovulation". The absence of ovulation is called "anovulation". Normal menstrual flow can occur without ovulation preceding it: an anovulatory cycle. In some cycles, follicular development may start but not be completed; nevertheless, estrogens will be formed and stimulate the uterine lining. Anovulatory flow resulting from a very thick endometrium caused by prolonged, continued high estrogen levels is called "estrogen breakthrough bleeding". Anovulatory bleeding triggered by a sudden drop in estrogen levels is called withdrawal bleeding. Anovulatory cycles commonly occur before menopause (perimenopause) and in women with polycystic ovary syndrome.