Absolutely, I mean, of course, it affects fertility. Any surgery may potentially affect fertility, in particular open surgery. I have huge respect for all surgeons, but in my opinion, the same way most of the oncology cases are now managed by oncologists. I think fertility surgery should be managed by very experienced fertility surgeons, particularly, the ones with the appropriate equipment, in the right facility. We don’t like open surgery for many reasons, and one of the reasons is that sometimes the scarring tissues are creating problems afterward. The straight answer is that indeed any surgery may affect fertility, an open surgery by laparotomy may affect it even more than standard conventional laparoscopy. I think this has to be evaluated. I cannot answer if you need to be operated on again or not. This depends on the size, location, and symptoms of fibroids, and a careful evaluation of this by some sort of, imaging initially either scanning or CT Canning. or MRI scanning would give us a clear picture of what we need to do.