1. Terri, age 33, has been married for 2 years. She and her husband Richie have been trying to get pregnant since
they first got married. Richie could not be at this appointment due to work commitment. Terri seems depressed as she discusses her infertility problems and starts to cry, wondering if she will ever have a baby. Her periods started when she was 13 years old. They have always been irregular, usually every 18 to 22 days, and last as long as 10 days. Most of the time Terri experiences extremely heavy menstrual bleeding. When she was 14, her appendix ruptured. At age 19 she had part of her left ovary removed due to a cyst measuring 12 cm in diameter.
A. What are the probable causes for Terri's infertility?
B. What are the nursing interventions related to Terri's reproductive disorders?
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