Ovulation Induction in Greece is an assisted reproduction method indicated to treat fertility problems in women who have irregular or absent ovulation, due to hormonal imbalances or polycystic ovary syndrome.
Ovulation induction is a simple procedure that assists in causing ovulation. In women who have absent ovulation, this pharmaceutical treatment aims to release a mature egg. Ovulation induction in Greece is usually followed by intercourse, but is often part of other treatments, such as intrauterine insemination (IUI) or IVF. Once the drugs are administered, the ovaries are stimulated to increase the number of eggs that will be released per cycle. This maximizes the chance of conception during intercourse, IUI or IVF.