Ovulation Induction (OI)
Sometimes women don’t ovulate or ovulate irregularly which interferes with their ability to become pregnant. The ovarian cycle is extremely sensitive and complex - approximately 30% of female infertility problems are the result of ovulation disorders.
Tracking ovulation is the best way to identify the appropriate time to get pregnant.
Accurately predicting ovulation can be a little trickier than figuring out when day 14 is for you. Ovulation can be irregular or it can be affected by diet, stress or illness.
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Polycystic Ovary (PCOS)
This booklet aims to give you information about PCOS - what it is, why you have it, and how to treat it. There are many ways to help with the symptoms you might have, and the medications and procedures available to assist you in becoming pregnant are well-established and effective.
This booklet has been developed to help you more easily understand the steps you will go through as you embark on your journey towards parenthood. By providing a step-by-step introduction to treating fertility, we hope to make the process less stressful and give you confidence as you make treatment decisions.