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Functional impairment of common gynecologic diseases in the “Me Too” era

Functional impairment of common gynecologic diseases in the “Me Too” era
The functional impairment of common gynecologic diseases is astounding. Women have likely curtailed their activities due to pelvic pain or heavy and unpredictable menstrual bleeding for centuries. However, women increasingly work outside the home or are the main or sole wage-earner for a family, which makes it easier to quantitate the economic impact of this impairment. Although the article by Pokrzwinski and colleagues (1) in this issue of Fertility and Sterility focuses on endometriosis and the investigational oral GnRH antagonist elagolix, there are a number of more generalizable issues that it addresses.
Source: fertstert.org

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