Our expert says:
It is always valuable to get a second opinion and certainly before resorting to in-vitro fertilization, it is best to be totally committed to the treatment. Should the two gynaecologists not agree as to the findings then it would be advisable to even get a third opinion in some instances.
Answered by: Dr M.I. Cassim
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