Again, it depends on the location and the size of the fibroids. If the fibroid doesn’t reach the endometrial cavity, and it’s not very big, it’s less than 3 centimeters, we don’t have to remove it. With the uterine fibroids, you can alter the structure, and you can also alter the uterine architecture depending on the location. Sometimes it’s worth removing it. We also have to take into account the previous history of the patient. If this patient has a previous cycle and failed transfers, we can remove the fibroid. If there is an intramural fibroid that reaches the endometrial cavity, we have to remove it. It can decrease the implantation rate. Even if a fibroid is very, very big, but it doesn’t reach the endometrial cavity, the uterine architecture can be damaged, and the implantation can be affected. In such a case, we have to remove it. We have patients who have only 1 fibroid, and after removing it, she gets pregnant, so sometimes it is worth it, but it depends on the size, location, and previous history of the patient.