Endometriosis and Assisted Reproductive Technology United States Trends and Outcomes 2000 2011

Monday, June 1, 2015
Among assisted reproductive technology cycles, endometriosis, compared with male factor infertility, is associated with increased cycle cancellation, decreased hyperstimulation, and slightly lower but likely clinically comparable live-birth rates.

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Diminished ovarian reserve is the predominant risk factor for gonadotropin releasing hormone antagonist failure resulting in breakthrough luteinizing hormone surges in in vitro fertilization cycles

Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Patients who fail to remain suppressed in response to GnRH antagonists have significantly poorer ovarian reserve compared with patients who do not experience breakthrough LH surges.

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Value of antimüllerian hormone as a prognostic indicator of in vitro fertilization outcome

Monday, March 31, 2014
Antimüllerian hormone is highly correlated with number of eggs retrieved. Very low levels are associated with diminished yet reasonable pregnancy rates, mediated through number of oocytes retrieved as opposed to oocyte quality.

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