Microdose flare protocol with interrupted follicle stimulating hormone and added androgen for poor responders An observational pilot study

Tuesday, December 29, 2015
The androgen–interrupted follicle stimulating hormone protocol may improve follicular response during a microdose flare stimulation cycle in women with slow follicular growth or asynchronous follicular development.

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A novel delayed start protocol with gonadotropin releasing hormone antagonist improves outcomes in poor responders

Wednesday, April 30, 2014
The delayed-start protocol improves ovarian response in poor responders by enhancing, promoting, and synchronizing follicle development.

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Impact of antimullerian hormone assays on the outcomes of in vitro fertilization a prospective controlled study

Tuesday, December 31, 2013
The AMH assays reduced the cancellation rate after ovarian stimulation and helped some patients not to begin IVF stimulation because of their low AMH level.

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Does the time interval between AMH serum sampling and initiation of ovarian stimulation affect its predictive ability in IVF ICSI cycles with a GnRH antagonist A retrospective single center study

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

A 12-month time interval between initial antimullerian hormone (AMH) measurement and commencement of ovarian stimulation does not adversely affect the ability of AMH to identify poor and excessive ovarian response.…

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In vitro fertilization versus conversion to intrauterine insemination in the setting of three or fewer follicles how should patients proceed when follicular response falls short of expectation

Friday, June 28, 2013
In patients undergoing IVF, oocyte retrieval compared with intrauterine insemination conversion is associated with superior pregnancy rates in the setting of at least two follicles.

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Synchronization of Ovarian Stimulation with Follicle Wave Emergence in Patients undergoing in vitro fertilization with a Prior Suboptimal Response A Randomized Controlled Trial

Thursday, September 27, 2012
Synchronizing ovarian stimulation with follicle wave emergence in patients with a prior suboptimal response resulted in an increase in the number of follicles that developed and serum E2 concentrations; however, corresponding improvements in oocyte, embryo, and pregnancy outcomes were not observed.

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Female cancer survivors are low responders and have reduced success compared with other patients undergoing assisted reproductive technologies

Friday, May 25, 2012
Female cancer survivors who have received systemic therapy have lower pregnancy and live birth rates and a relatively high risk for cycle cancellation in ART compared with other infertility patients.

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November 2011 Featured Author Interview Video: Growth Hormone for Poor Responders in ART

Saturday, May 5, 2012

Author Interview  – Drs. 

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