How low is too low Cycle day 28 estradiol levels and pregnancy outcomes

Friday, April 1, 2016
A low estradiol level at the time of a first positive pregnancy test after in vitro fertilization is associated with poorer pregnancy outcomes but does not preclude the possibility of a live birth.

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Six years experience in ovum donation using vitrified oocytes Report of cumulative outcomes impact of storage time and development of a predictive model for oocyte survival rate

Monday, November 30, 2015
Oocyte banking is clinically efficient. Estimation of the likelihood of having a child is provided. There is no way of estimating donors’ oocytes survival when considering baseline characteristics, storage time, or controlled ovarian stimulation parameters.

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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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