How important is it to know about endometriosis during pregnancy?


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Volume 113, Issue 5, Page 931


Errico Zupi, M.D., Gabriele Centini, M.D., Ph.D., Lucia Lazzeri, M.D., Ph.D.


Reflections on "Pregnancy outcomes in women with history of surgery for endometriosis" by Farella et al.

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Go to the profile of Kayla Grohn
about 1 year ago

This is so interesting to me. I had surgery for endometriosis and a year later became pregnant. I had complications Including sever pain, preterm labor, preterm baby and my placenta failed and was extremly small. So interesting to see thoughts and more research starting to be done.