cervical factor


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cervical factor

In infertile women, any disease of the uterine cervix that prevents conception, e.g., cervical stenosis.
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14.2%, respectively, P< 0.001) and were associated with a history of uterine cavity procedures (OR = 2.095) and cervical factors related to infertility (OR = 4.136, 95% CI: 1.012–16.90).
* Counsel women about factors associated with successful VBAC (age less than 40 years; prior vaginal delivery; favorable cervical factors; spontaneous labor; nonrecurrence of indication for prior cesarean delivery).
The treatment gets around the problem of unexplained infertility, which is a common "factor" for infertile couples, as well as poor sperm, certain ovulatory disorders, endometriosis and immunological and cervical factors. The GIFT procedure won't help women with blocked fallopian tubes.