Findings from a new study have given a spicy answer to the long-held medical opinion that said women have lesser chances of conceiving if she has her appendix removed.
Medical experts have cleared in the recent findings that they have found a strong link existing between appendectomies and an increased subsequent pregnancy rate.
The above findings have come from the study performed by a team of researchers led by Mr. Sami Shimi, a surgeon from Dundee University.
He said that his findings show clear evidence of bright chances of conceiving even after having appendix removed, which rejects all such previously existing beliefs that claimed that the surgical trauma of an appendectomy operation affects a woman's fertility and leave a scar tissue sticking to the fallopian tubes, which restricts an egg from entering a woman's uterus.
Mr. Shimi said that the results have amazed the professionals and have given a new outlook to medical industry. However, further work is needed to conclude if the findings could help giving a new fertility treatment.
He said: "Clearly, for women who used to fear having an appendectomy because of its effects on pregnancy, that fear is unfounded. Previous studies are flawed".
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