Ovulation, a sign of health™, The Linacre Quarterly

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By: Vigil P., Lyon C., Flores B., Rioseco H., and Serrano F.G. (2017)

 

Abstract

The ovarian continuum is a process that occurs during a woman’s lifetime. It begins during intrauterine life with fertilization and ends with menopause. This process can be greatly affected by different conditions such as changes in hormonal levels and illnesses. Therefore, understanding and promoting the knowledge and use of biomarkers of ovulation in women is a key aspect to consider when evaluating their health status. The knowledge and education about the ovarian continuum should be taken into account as a powerful tool for women and medical professionals.

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