Ovulation is the process of releasing eggs from the ovaries. Generally, in a 28-day menstrual cycle, ovulation occurs approximately 14 days prior to the initiation of menses. Ovulation problems refer to the condition of an improper growth of the follicles or when the follicles cannot release a mature egg during the menses cycle. One of the major causes of infertility in females is the ovulation problem. About 25% of infertile females are experiencing specific issues with ovulation. Anovulation is the medical term used for the failure to produce and/or release eggs. In few cases, this occurs permanently, while in others, it emerges from time to time. Ovulation can be seen during few months, while in some months, it fails to occur.