PCOS and Fertility

Having a polycystic ovary syndrome can affect fertility if it is caused by factors such as an excess production of androgens called male hormones, high insulin levels, and inflammation that leads to anovulation. Due to irregular menstrual cycles, anovalation is the inability to release an oocyte. It can occur because of irregularity of menstruation which can lead to menopause in women under control and women suffering from PCOS, and if this disruption in ovulation continues it will cause difficulty in getting pregnant which may lead to difficulties and complications in getting pregnant and most of the hormones will become unbalanced which will result in a difficult pregnancy.

  • Anovulation
  • Effect of age
  • Effects of contraception

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