|Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Tia - Nov 6th, 2011 10:46 am.|
|i m 25years old, married.my all reports , sonography & HSG is going to be NORMAL but still i cant pregnant still but my doctor told us your egg isn't increase that much size that's y this happening..... pls mam assist me for pregnancy so what can do 4 pregnancy...... i m very confused mam... pls pls...plsss help me out... give some suggestion for pregnancy........give good quality advice.............|
re: My eggs are not increasing in size by Dr M.K. Gupta - Nov 6th, 2011 11:35 am
Dr M.K. Gupta
Some women never develop and release an egg without medication - we are saying they're anovulatory. These women have no menstrual periods for several months or years at any given time. The medical term for this is amenorrhea - lack of menstrual periods. Often, once they will have a period of time it is extremely heavy. In some cases, they might even require medical assistance due to the degree of blood loss. In an average 28 day menstrual cycle, ovulation usually occurs on day 14, with day 1 being the very first day of menstrual bleeding. If your woman has cycle lengths that are longer or shorter than 28 days, then the day's ovulation will often be Fourteen days before her next period. Therefore if she's a 26 day cycle length, then her ovulation should be on about day 12 and when she has a 32 day cycle, the ovulation is all about day 18.
The amount of time it requires a follicle to mature and ovulate is sort of variable in various women (as well as in different cycles in the same woman), but the number of days from ovulation to another period is much less variable and should bond with Fourteen days in everyone. The egg lives within an ovarian follicle until it's released during the time of ovulation. Like a follicle grows in dimensions throughout a menstrual period a fluid cavity enlarges in it. The egg is connected to the follicle wall. Ovulation is the procedure of rupture of the mature follicle and release of the egg. The fallopian tube will be designed to get the egg and, if all goes well, the sperm and egg have a productive date in the woman's fallopian tube.
Usually the doctor can tell from discussing the details regarding previous menstrual cycles whether there is likely to be an ovulation disorder. In addition, blood testing and ultrasound studies of the ovaries at various times during the the menstrual period can clarify whether ovulation is happening.
Some women ovulate occasionally (oligoovulation), for example, several times a year. They will need medication to stimulate more regular egg development and ovulation to improve the probabilities for pregnancy. In general, cumulative pregnancy success are high with treatment from the fertility specialist once the fertility concern is an ovulation problem.
Dr MK Gupta
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