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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Indications For In Vitro Fertilization At A Public Center For Reproductive Health In Campinas, Brazil.|
|Abstract:||To assess the sociodemographic profile and gynecologic and obstetric characteristics of women referred to a public reference center in Campinas, Brazil, for in vitro fertilization (IVF). Women referred between April 1, 2008, and October 31, 2009, were eligible for inclusion in a cross-sectional study. Participants were interviewed about sociodemographic characteristics, obstetric and gynecologic history, and etiologic factors resulting in the referral. Preliminary clinical examinations performed elsewhere were evaluated. A total of 176 women were included, of whom 129 (73.3%) presented with tubal factor infertility. Tubal ligation had been performed in 66 (37.5%) women. Overall, 121 (68.8%) women were aged 30 years old or less, 110 (62.5%) had received more than 8 years of schooling, 123 (69.6%) had had infertility for up to 5 years, and 99 (56.3%) did not have any children. Moreover, 25 (14.2%) women had endometriosis and 25 (14.2%) had a male factor issue. A previous ectopic pregnancy was reported for 20 (11.4%) women and pelvic inflammatory disease for 49 (27.8%). Tubal factor infertility was the most common indication for IVF. Preventive measures are required, in addition to policies that ensure access to high-complexity treatments in the public sector.|
|Subject:||In Vitro Fertilization (ivf)|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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