These therapies are principally indicated in situations of oncological diseases; cancer and neoplasms.
The most well-known are chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Both result in the same situation; the appearance of a Primary Ovarian Insufficiency (POI) phenomenom.
We can consider those genital tract procedures as treatments that have an effect on feminine fertility. Surgeries that require the removal of any reproductive organ, for example with oncological patients, will have a clear impact on the fertility.
Furthermore, fertility might be diminished by surgical interventions aimed to confront benign neoplasms or diseases such as endometriosis and fibroids if any accidental cut on the ovarian tissue or any ovarian damage due to the cauterization would occur.