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Myome und Sterilität

  • Frank NawrothEmail author
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Zusammenfassung

Bei Myomen mit manifesten klinischen Symptomen resultiert die Notwendigkeit einer Sanierung oft bereits aus der Symptomatik und dem Leidensdruck. Nach wie vor zu klären ist jedoch, ob die Sterilität per se ein Symptom infolge eines kausalen Zusammenhanges darstellt oder nicht. Die Qualität der Studien reicht eigentlich zur Klärung dieser Frage nicht aus (oft retrospektive Untersuchungen, hinsichtlich vieler Parameter heterogene Kollektive). Für submuköse Myome gilt die Beeinflussung der Fertilität und des Schwangerschaftsverlaufs dennoch als wahrscheinlich. Der Artikel beschreibt und diskutiert den aktuellen Kenntnisstand zum Zusammenhang von Myomen und Sterilität.

Schlüsselwörter

Implantation Kinderwunsch Sonographie Schwangerschaft Fertilität 

Myoma and sterility

Abstract

In patients with clinical manifestations of myomas, surgical removal is often necessary to relieve symptoms and suffering. However, it still remains to be clarified whether sterility is a general symptom of myomas due to a causal relationship per se, or whether this is untrue. The quality of the available studies on the subject is not sufficient to answer this question (frequently retrospective investigations, regarding many parameters of heterogeneous patient collectives). For submucosal myomas, an impact on fertility and the course of pregnancy is considered to be probable. This article describes and discusses the current understanding of the relationship between myomas and sterility.

Keywords

Implantation Desire to have children Ultrasonography Pregnancy Fertility 

Notes

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© Springer Medizin Verlag GmbH, ein Teil von Springer Nature 2019

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Facharzt-Zentrum für Kinderwunsch, Pränatale Medizin, Endokrinologie und Osteologieamedes MVZHamburgDeutschland

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