Normal ovulation occurs when the ovary releases a mature egg in preparation for that egg to be fertilized. Normal ovulation occurs roughly once every 28 days during a woman’s menstrual cycle. Intervals of 21 to 35 days are considered acceptable and reflective of normal ovulation.
According to the National Institutes of Health, 25 to 30 percent of women with infertility have problems with ovulation.
Ovulation induction is the process of using medications to stimulate ovulation in women.
The goal of ovulation induction is to increase a woman’s chances of conceiving a child, either through sexual intercourse or by using intrauterine insemination (IUI) or another fertility treatment.Ovulation induction is usually one of the first treatments used for infertility because it is noninvasive and relatively low cost compared with other fertility treatments, such as IVF that includes costs of tests, medications, minor procedures and lab work.
At Arun hospital, Through dedicated personal care and appropriate decisions through our expert team we are able to achieve very good results for couples without any major procedures.