Archive for November, 2005


Treatment of symptomatic rectovaginal endometriosis with an oestrogen-progestogen combination versus low-dose norethindrone acetate
15 November 2005

November 2005 Scientists in Italy have demonstrated that low-dose norethindrone acetate could be considered an effective, tolerable, and inexpensive first-choice medical alternative to repeat surgery for treating symptomatic rectovaginal endometrioti lesions in patients who do not seek conception. In order to evaluate the efficacy, safety and tolerability of an oestrogen-progestogen combination versus low-dose norethindrone acetate, […]

Endometriosis severity affects IVF outcome
15 November 2005

November 2005 Women with moderate-to-severe endometriosis are less likely to fall pregnant and have a baby with the help of IVF than those with minimal-to-mild disease, researchers have shown, according to Finish researchers. “Women with endometriosis often need IVF to conceive—most women need several cycles of treatment,” note the researchers, led by Paula Kuivasaari from […]

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