Routine assessment of ovulation is unlikely to be medically necessary among eumenorrheic women


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Elizabeth A. DeVilbiss, Ph.D., Lindsey A. Sjaarda, Ph.D., Sunni L. Mumford, Ph.D.


Reflections on "Revisiting the role of serum progesterone as a test of ovulation in eumenorrheic subfertile women: a prospective diagnostic accuracy study" by Chinta et al.

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