General Dr Lyons has advanced training in gynaecological endoscopic surgery and has been providing training to registrars at Royal North Shore Hospital and Royal Hospital for Women for the past x years. He is very knowledgeable and experienced in the areas of gynaecology and has written and had published numerous medical research articles and journals.

Fertility Problems with ovulation account for most infertility in women. Without ovulation, eggs are not available to be fertilised. Signs of problems with ovulation include irregular menstrual periods or no periods. Simple lifestyle factors – including stress, diet, or athletic training – can affect a woman’s hormonal balance. Much less often, a hormonal imbalance from a serious medical problem such as a pituitary gland tumour can cause ovulation problems.


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