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A review of Female Infertility; important etiological factors and management

@article{Eniola2017ARO,
  title={A review of Female Infertility; important etiological factors and management},
  author={Olooto Wasiu Eniola and Amballi Adebayo Adetola and Banjo Taiwo Abayomi.},
  journal={Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology Research},
  year={2017},
  volume={2},
  pages={379-385}
}
The difficulty to conceive or subfertility constitutes a major social and psychological burden amongst couples especially in African women. In Nigeria, it is estimated that female factors and unexplained infertility generally accounts for 50-80% of cases of infertility and thus the need to review the various works done by researchers. In this review the contributions of the different etiological factors in female infertility was looked into and attempt was made to update the available… Expand
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