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Reproductive counselling for women with myotonic dystrophy
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    DM1 and ovarian failure

    Dear Editor

    Thank you for an interesting paper on the relationships between DM1 and reproductive function. The occurrence of testicular failure(endocrine and exocrine )in males with DM1 is well documented in the literature. A careful search for ovarian failure or compromised ovarian function in the female with DM1 has been infrequently recognized or infrequebtly studied. I have had a 31 year old patient with DM1 and...

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