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03 February 2011

Healthy uterus more important than egg quality

For women looking to fall pregnany through assisted reproductive technologies a new study shows that the health of the uterus is more relevant than egg quality.

For women seeking pregnancy by assisted reproductive technologies, such as in-vitro fertilisation (IVF), a new study shows that the health of the uterus is more relevant than egg quality for a newborn to achieve normal birth weight and full gestation.

This study, published in Fertility and Sterility, offers new information for women with infertility diagnoses considering options for conceiving.

Why a healthy uterus is important

 
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