Women have fertility treatment when problem may be man

EXCLUSIVE: Male issues are now a factor in 50% of infertility cases. Yet too often, women presume they have the issue and rush into treatment, says London fertility expert Dr Catherine Hood.
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Condition:   Infertility Intervention:   Behavioral: Fasting Sponsor:   Kasr El Aini Hospital Not yet recruiting
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Publication date: November–December 2018Source: Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology, Volume 25, Issue 7, SupplementAuthor(s): T. Goel, J.B. Sharma, R. Mahey, G. Kachhawa, I. Kriplani, A. Kriplani
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Objective: To evaluate the long-term reproductive outcomes ( ≥24 months) in infertile patients with dysmorphic uterus treated by a minimally-invasive technique with miniaturized instruments.
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Objective: To present an hysteroscopic approach in the diagnosis and management of endometrial osseous metaplasia in the setting of primary infertility.
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The objective of this study was to demonstrate a markedly enlarged isthmocele, that resulted in the miscarriage of a 12-week IVF twin pregnancy.
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This study aims to assess the role of the progestin medication Dienogest as it pertains to the size of ovarian endometriomata.
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