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Sometimes an ovulation disorder is caused by a faulty hypothalamus or pituitary gland, which is supposed to regulate the hormones associated with reproduction. At other times, the problem is the ovary.
Medication is usually the first line of treatment in such cases of infrequent or absent ovulation (anovulation). This is diagnosed using the following lab tests: serum FSH, progesterone, serum LH and may also include an endometrial biopsy.