Do I Need Assisted Reproduction to Become Pregnant After Endometriosis Surgery?

A new decision tree can help identify patients with endometriosis who are most likely to benefit from assisted reproduction to conceive following laparoscopic surgery.


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Sophisticated study yields hopes for a new potential remedy

Unique study reveals potential therapeutic property of SMAD7 molecule for endometriosis


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Ultrasonographic findings and the clinical symptoms of pelvic endometriosis

Transvaginal and rectal ultrasonography are essential preoperative tools for endometriosis diagnosis.


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Painful Sex Might Be a Valid Indication for Endometriosis Surgery

Patients with rectovaginal endometriosis might benefit the most from a reduction in pain associated with sex following surgery.


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Visual representation of endometriosis pain

The study uses paintings and materials instead of words to conceptualize the painful experience.


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Does endometrioma alter the fecundity in mice?

Endometriosis does have adverse impact on fecundity indicators including the pregnancy rate and the pregnancy period, especially for the first pregnancy.


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Women's willingness to donate menstrual blood for endometriosis research

Menstrual blood is an easily accesible body fluid without an invasive procedure.


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Stem cells may open new horizons in various gynecological disorders

Endometriosis pathogenesis also could be linked to stem cells


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