How common are ovulation problems?

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About 10 percent of all American women- more than six million women - have difficulty getting or staying pregnant. For many of these women, failure to ovulate is the cause of their infertility. Ovulation problems are more common among women who are very overweight or very underweight, have polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), or who have diabetes.

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