A 29-year-old female asked:
ttc 1 year, diagnosed with luf, had hysterolaproscopy done in october 2012, luf still persist. doc advised ivf. is it the only option left now?
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Fertility Medicine 33 years experience
Maybe: Luteinized unruptured follicle syndrome and whether it exists is a controversial topic in reproductive medicine. If this is a real disorder, then ivf would be the only option. If not, it would be reasonable to treat for unexplained infertility with IUI or ivf.
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