Effects of BV on Infertility Patients

November 2013
Fertility Weekly;11/4/2013, p3
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the study depicting the impact of bacterial vaginosis (BV) on the patients with infertility problems. It mentions that women with tubal infertility have high risk of BV than infertile women. It states that BV is related to reproductive failure. Information on the examination of BV in women with tubal infertility and women with non-tubal infertility is presented.


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