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There are two ovaries in the female body, both of which are an integral part of the female reproductive system. Each of them is about 4 centimetres long and is situated on either side of the uterus. Ligaments hold them attached to it and keep them in place. Their prime functions are producing the eggs for fertilization and the hormones oestrogen as well as progesterone. The hypothalamus (which is also known as a junction box between brain and body) and the pituitary gland control the functions of both the ovaries. The pituitary gland also releases certain hormones into the bloodstream to regulate the menstrual cycle. Once a girl reaches puberty, her ovaries may contain around 40,000 eggs. But, post-puberty, the number decreases to about 400 to 500 before she reaches the age for menopause. Every menstrual cycle, each ovary releases only one egg for fertilisation.

Inside the ovary, each egg is enveloped inside a protective layer called the follicle. As the eggs become mature enough to be released, the follicle grows and becomes thicker and subsequently releases the oestrogen hormone. Once the egg is released, the follicle ruptures and releases the progesterone hormone. This hormone plays an important role in preparing the uterus for pregnancy shortly.

The list of ailments that come under Ovary are:

  • Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)


Any condition or disease that hinders the ovary from performing its function can make a woman infertile. Naturally, the ovaries stop functioning once a woman reaches the age of 50 or later, which is called menopause. Some other conditions and disorders that stop the healthy functioning of ovaries are namely Polycystic ovary syndrome, Turner syndrome, Amenorrhoea and Ovarian cancer. An overview of these diseases is as follows.

Polycystic ovary syndrome: This condition affects the hormone levels of a woman, resulting in the production of abnormally high amounts of male hormones. It also causes cysts in the ovaries and makes the occurrence of periods irregular. That’s the reason for it being named ‘polycystic’, meaning ‘many cysts’. It can cause increased hair growth on the body, hair loss on the scalp, diabetes and heart disease. Physicians are still working on finding the exact cause of its onset.

Turner syndrome: This syndrome is a genetic defect which affects the growth of a woman’s body, development of the ovaries and heart defects. It can be detected by its symptoms before birth or at childhood itself. Women or girls diagnosed with it have an increased risk of developing various disorders and learning disabilities.

Amenorrhoea: There are two prominent signs of this disorder. One, if a woman consequently misses more than 3 menstrual cycles in a row, and second, if a girl doesn’t start menstruating until the age of 15 years. Some other symptoms are hair loss, excess facial hair and pain in the pelvis. Low body weight, prolonged use of contraceptives and medications like Antipsychotics and Antidepressants can also trigger this.

Ovarian Cancer: If a family member has had a history of ovarian or breast cancer, then it increases one’s chances of developing it. At the early stages, this cancer doesn’t show any visible symptoms. But, if it escalates to higher stages, then it can spread into the pelvis and abdominal cavity, making it difficult to treat. But, if detected early, there are good chances of recovery.

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