Ovulation induction is recommended for women who haven’t yet reached menopause but aren't ovulating. This is often the preferred fertility treatment for women with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), but it is also suitable for women who are not ovulating for a variety of other reasons.
Our doctors, specialists and fertility experts at BirthRight Fertility by Rainbow Hospitals offer fertility treatments to stimulate ovulation and increase your chances of pregnancy. Every evaluation and treatment plan is uniquely tailored to meet your individual needs.
Ovulation induction services at BirthRight Fertility by Rainbow also help in increasing the number of eggs that mature in each cycle for increasing the chances of conceiving. This method is known as controlled ovarian hyperstimulation or superovulation. A hormone known as the follicle-stimulating hormone is administered by injection for this treatment.
- If you have irregular menstrual cycles, we may monitor with the help of ultrasound or perform hormone assessments to help identify the time of the month you are fertile. This improves your chances of conceiving naturally.
- Before we treat ovulation problems, we perform certain tests for establishing the cause. This includes an ultrasound of the womb and ovaries of women and also blood tests for measuring various hormones like thyroid, LH, FSH, testosterone, prolactin and other androgens. Our healthcare specialists also check if the ovary will respond to drug treatment. Ovarian failure is a common reason for failed ovulation. You might know it as menopause. If the concentration level of AMH is low and FSH is high when the measurement is done at the beginning of a period, it is likely that ovarian failure will occur. Fertility treatment is usually less successful in such cases.
- In case ovulation doesn’t occur, egg production may be stimulated by administering medications at the start of menstruation. If tablets cannot work, we may need to use fertility injections for stimulating the production of eggs in ovaries. Our doctors will guide you throughout the process.