Investigation on Tubal Infertility and Chlamydia Trachomatis in a Congolese Infertile Population

Tubal-origin infertility is the most common in the sub-Saharan region. It is primarily due to infection, especially sexually transmitted infection, due to tuboperitoneal lesions. Worldwide, the major pathogen is Chlamydia trachomatis. Some studies have failed to establish the connection between

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Focus on Getting Pregnant after Infertility Management without Assisted Reproductive Technology in a Low-Income Setting

This chapter has been aimed to highlight the determinants of conception without Assisted Reproductive technology (ART) in a low-income area. The current study concerned 2958 patients who sought care for infertility in the University Clinic of Kinshasa et the Centre

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