Ovule release disorders often lead to infertility, up to 40% of cases of female infertility caused by ovule release disorders. Normally every month there will be an follicle in the woman's ovaries that grows to a certain size ripening and then shedding, also known as ovulation. Ovulation disorders are irregular ovulation, which interferes with the natural process of conception.
1. What is ovule ejecting disorder?
Normally at the end of each menstrual cycle due to the action of the hormones FSH and LH make the primitive follicles in the ovaries grow (about 6-7 follicles), after a few days under the action of hormones these follicles will increase in size.
After about 7-8 days of development, there are some follicles that will grow faster and some will gradually regress. In fast-growing follicles, cyst size grows rapidly, and the amount of estrogen excreted from these follicles also increases significantly. At the end of the f follicle growth stage due to the elevated amount of estrogen, the positive reverse conditioning effect on the sythary gland hormones FSH and LH causes the sedentary gland to increase the excretion of these two hormones.
Under the action of FSH and LH, making the follicles thrive reaches a size of about 1.8-2.3 cm, called a ripe follicle.
Before the release date, the amount of LH and FSH hormones excreted by the restathesis increases suddenly, due to the action of these two hormones, the follicles are inflated while the follicles are thin, weak, so the follicles will burst and release the ovules from the follicles. This ovule ejecting usually occurs at a time before menstruation of about 13-14 days.
Ovulation disorder is a condition caused by many resulting causes of ovules that are not released in certain cycles, irregular falls from which menstrual disorders are the leading cause of female infertility.
The treatment of ovule release disorder depends on the cause of the phenomenon of ovule release disorder. The majority of cases of ovulation disorders the treatment is the restoration of the ovary's ejective function, in which drugs that provoke the development of ovarian follicles must be used. Most often, the rate of pregnancy achieved after each cycle stimulates the ovaries by about 30%. Ovarian stimulation usually does not do too many times on a patient so it does not affect the health of the patient.
2. Causes of ovule release disorders
- Due to abnormal endi secretal system in the lower quiet gland
As is known that the ovule release is closely related to the two hormones LH and FSH secreted by the still glands, the secretion of these two hormones is dominated by the hormone GnRH of the lower hill, so some cause of the hormone GnRH is inhibited directly affecting the ovule release
These are cases caused by the enlarged hormone prolactin in the blood leading to menstrual disorders in the phateesum phase, to non-release of the ovules and finally amality due to complete inhibition of GnRH.
- Abnormal reverse conditioning
In addition to being dominated by the hormone GnRH, FSH and LH are subjected to the reverse effects of the hormone estrogen. Estrogen is associated with negative reverse conditioning and positive reverse conditioning for these two hormones.
Negative reverse regulation i.e. at the end of the menstrual cycle the amount of estrogen decreases abruptly, causing the sysath gland to increase the secretion of LH and FSH with the aim of increasing the amount of estrogen. If estrogen does not decrease at this time, there will be no reverse conditioning, no FSH and LH advances means that the follicles do not develop.
By the normal stage of ovule release estrogen will increase causing positive reverse conditioning (i.e. although the hormone estrogen is at a high threshold but still stimulates the secretion of more FSH and LH) thereby causing the release of ovules. If at this stage estrogen is not high enough then it is not enough to generate a backlash.
- Abnormalities in the ovaries
As with polycystic ovarydisease, ovarian tumors, after ovarian dissectionsurgery …
3. The consequences of ovule ejecting disorders
- Ovule ejecting disorder is the main cause of late rare infertility.
- Causes obesity in women
- Impaired libido affects married life.
- Late complications can lead to endometrial cancer or breast cancer.
4. How to diagnose ovule release disorder
In people with ovule discharge disorders there may be a number of symptoms such as: Irregular menstruation, prolonged menstruation, no menstruation for long periods of time, abnormal abdominal mucus, impaired libido, obesity, hairy … But this manifestation may not be seen in some people for an accurate diagnosis that should be based on subclinical tests.
Ultrasound helps to monitor the development of ovule cysts. Especially ultrasound of the vaginal probe is an effective tool to help assess the function, pathology, pathology of the ovaries. The ultrasound monitoring of the ovary cyst should be carried out several times in a cycle. This is a simple, inexpensive, trouble-not-causing, painful method for the patient. Currently ultrasound is widely applied and brings high efficiency.
4.2 Endormonal tests
This test is done on the 2nd or 3rd day of the menstrual cycle.
Estrogen levels gradually increase in the blood at the ovule stage, reaching peak concentrations just before the onc onc kick-off of the LH peak and 36 hours before the ovule release. As female sex hormones play a very important role and are produced in the ovaries. The follicles in the ovaries secrete estrogen that activates the cycles of reproduction.
Dosing progesterone is the most widely used method for diagnosing ovule eject. When the concentration of progesterone in the blood is greater than 10 ng/ml, it is more likely that the cycle has ovulation. However, there is controversy in dosing once or again and the time of dosing progesterone. It is also possible to quane the metabolism of progesterone in the urine.
LH is usually done on the 2nd or 3rd day of the menstrual cycle. Abnormal changes in LH concentration as well as changes in the LH peak in the middle of the cycle may suggest abnormal causes of the medentical phase.
As the hormone is the main responsibility for stimulating egg production. If FSH levels are high then ovarian reserve is low, the risk of polycystic ovary syndrome
Prolactin inhibits reproductive hormones, namely the follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and the hormone gonadotropin secretion hormone (GnRH) so increased prolactin also causes ovule release disorders.
Ovarian disorders are the leading cause of difficulty in pregnancy, which can also cause complications of cancer of the lining of the uterus or ovarian cancer. So as soon as abnormalities are detected, women should go to the specialist for diagnosis, advice and timely treatment.
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