Restoring fertility in women aged 40 years and older after tubal ligation: tubal anastomosis versus in vitro fertilization

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Volume 113, Issue 4, Pages 735–742

Authors:

Jamie Peregrine, M.D., Peter G. McGovern, M.D., Paula C. Brady, M.D., Elizabeth S. Ginsburg, M.D., William Schlaff, M.D.

Abstract:

Pro Surgery: Restoring fertility in women aged 40 years and older after tubal ligation: Tubal anastomosis is the best approach

Pro IVF: Restoring fertility in women aged 40 years and older after tubal ligation: IVF is the best approach


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Which is the best approach for restoring fertility in women aged 40 years and older after tubal ligation?
Surgery is the best approach
IVF is the best approach
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