Treatment of Ovulation Disorders – Stimulation and Cycle Monitoring

Timely release of an egg known as ovulation is an important part of successful fertility in women. Unsuccessful release of an egg by women is one of the major common causes of infertility. Although, there are many cause for ovulation disorders. The efficient development and release of an egg by ovary in a timely systematic way to become pregnant, ovulation induction therapy frequently requires different medications. Dr Shivani Sachdev Gour at SCI Healthcare and SCI IVF Hospital and Multispecialty Center is experts at ovulation induction therapy. With appropriate medications that matched to your specific cause of ovulation disorder, there is pretty high chance that ovulation induction therapy will play a major role in your life to become success in having a child and building your family.

The monitoring and stimulation of the ovulation cycle is an important part of ovulation induction therapy. This is basically done by regular monitoring with ultrasound blood tests. To monitor the effect of the applied medications and to help the doctor to predict when ovulation is most likely to happen, the size of the ovarian follicles and blood hormone levels are utilized. Ovulation induction therapy is generally achieved with an oral medication such as Femara, Clomid or with injectable gonadotropins. In order to ensure that the uterus will be properly prepared for implantation of a fertilized egg, the doctor may recommend progesterone supplemental medications in the second half of ovulation induction cycle.

Tracking of Ovulation induction

Tracking of Ovulation by ultrasound: Ultrasound testing is relatively effective and safe way of tracking ovulation induction. For the accurate measurement and count of follicles and the quantity of eggs which developing in the ovaries, a vaginal ultrasound is performed at specific stages of an ovulation induction cycle. To ensure the highest rate of success, this provide exact time frame for natural intercourse, egg retrieval used for the IVF procedure and for artificial insemination. The ultrasound process is very secure and results in nearly no discomfort and heath related issues. During ultrasound testing, doctor inserts a small transducer into the vagina. To confirm that the ovulation induction successfully occurred, both endocrine test and ultrasound perform a major role.

Measurement of Hormone Blood Levels: Luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) are produced by the brain that directs the ovaries to function normally. Progesterone (P4) and estradiol (E2) are the hormones produced by the ovary that suggest the function of the ovary. Anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) is a special type of hormone that can evaluate the long term egg quantity. The test of these hormones assists the doctor in Ovulation Induction therapy. They help your doctor to decide how much and which type of fertility medication may results in best ovary response and outcome.

Please make an appointment with Dr. Shivani Sachdev Gour (gynecologist and fertility expert physicians) to learn more about your fertility problems and ovulation induction therapy and start building your happy and complete family using the best fertility treatment options available at SCI Healthcare and SCI IVF Hospital and Multispecialty Center.