By Hale Goksever Celik
Women with endometriosis may suffer from reproductive problems up to an incidence of 50%.
Several pathophysiological mechanisms including anatomic distortion, alterations in endometrial receptivity, diminished tubal peristalsis and sperm movements are the most responsible for the development of endometriosis-associated infertility.…
By Selma Oransay
Endometriosis can create infertility and may require treatment with assisted reproductive technology (ART) to induce pregnancy. However, the current literature rarely discusses the optimal endometrial preparation protocol in thawed-frozen embryo transfer (FET) cycles for endometriotic patients.
Dr.Jin. group from the Reproductive…
By Bahar Yuksel
Postoperative hormonal suppression after endometriosis surgery still does not have a uniform approach.
The meta-analysis study conducted by Zakhari et al. aimed to find a significant answer regarding this burden. They analyzed the database systems including MEDLINE, Embase, Cochrane CENTRAL,…
By Yu Yu
Hormonal therapy can be effective for endometriosis, although laparoscopic surgery is required for the frequent drug-resistant symptoms. Laparoscopic surgery can markedly improve endometriosis-associated pain.
The administration of GnRH agonist prior to endometriosis laparoscopic surgery may be beneficial to improve surgical…