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The paper confirmed Estes’s suspicion that the collective drone of bull wildebeests’ mating calls had a significant effect on the ovulation of females.
Irregular ovulation, endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome and diminished ovarian reserve due to age contribute to female infertility.
The app stores this information and uses a proprietary algorithm to predict ovulation over time.
With a pink icon featuring sperm on a clock, the application provides an array of trackers such as basal body temperature, ovulation and menstruation to advise the best days to try to conceive.
GnRH agonists suppress ovulation and essentially induce premature menopause.
That's where Clark would attempt to inseminate Y.L. with Castellanos' semen three to four times a day during Y.L.'s ovulation periods over the next nine months.
And a considerably younger couple is delighted with the possibilities presented by the Clearblue ovulation test system.
The female offspring developed symptoms resembling PCOS, such as rare ovulation and high testosterone levels.
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medical Definition of ovulation
ovulate\ˈäv-yə-ˌlāt also ˈōv-\ intransitive verb ovulated; ovulating
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