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A couple have been trying unsuccessfully for nearly a year to become pregnant and have now sought fertility counseling. The nurse should be aware of what potential etiological factors related to infertility? Select all that apply.
A)Absence of sperm
B)Endometriosis
C)Vaginitis
D)Blocked fallopian tubes
E)Fibromyalgia
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Abrams' Clinical Drug Therapy: Rationales for Nursing Practice
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In women, the most common causes are ovulation disorders, blocked fallopian tubes, endometriosis, and advanced maternal age, which affects egg quality and quantity. In men, causes include absence of sperm, declining sperm counts, testicular abnormalities, and ejaculatory dysfunction. Vaginitis cannot cause infertility, and fibromyalgia is not noted as a common etiological factor.
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