Patients with endometriosis do not have a higher rate of aneuploidy

      The diminution in outcomes which impact women with endometriosis undergoing IVF have variably been attributed to alterations in endometrial receptivity, decreased oocyte quality, and premature depletion of follicular reserve. Little data are available to determine if the changes in ovarian reserve experienced by women with endometriosis adversely impacts oocyte maturation ultimately resulting in an increased risk of embryonic aneuploidy. This study seeks to address that question.
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