Spontaneous fertility after expectant or surgical management of rectovaginal endometriosis in women with or without ovarian endometrioma: a retrospective analysis

Crude and cumulative spontaneous pregnancy rates (SPRs) are lower in women treated with the use of expectant rather than surgical management. The presence of ovarian endometrioma decreases SPRs independently from the treatment modality adopted.

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Volume 107, Issue 4, Pages 969–976.e5

Authors:

Umberto Leone Roberti Maggiore, M.D., Carolina Scala, M.D., Emanuela Tafi, M.D., Annalisa Racca, M.D., Ennio Biscaldi, M.D., Valerio Gaetano Vellone, Ph.D., Pier Luigi Venturini, M.D., Simone Ferrero, Ph.D.

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