Does uterine adenomyosis affect fertility?


Uterine adenomyosis is frequently seen in women aging from 30 to 50 years old. Nowadays, women receive more operative abortion and/or uterine curettage, thus among quite a few of them around 20 years old and nonparous women more than 30 years old, adeonmyosis has been found.

Severe adenomyosis, particularly being combined endometriosis can easily lead to infertility.

Patients with adenomyosis have a low pregnancy rate because uterine hypertrophy and pelvic adhesion may affect ovulation and embryo implantation. Patients with mild adenomyosis have great chances to be pregnant. In addition, if it is limited adenomyoma, a patient can receive womb-saving surgery and then get pregnant. 

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