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A fresh look at the freeze-all protocol: a SWOT analysis.
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A SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats) analysis sheds light on the different aspects of the 'freeze-all' strategy with the segmentation of IVF treatment. Expand
Cumulative live birth rates according to the number of oocytes retrieved after the first ovarian stimulation for in vitro fertilization/intracytoplasmic sperm injection: a multicenter multinational
TLDR
The significant progressive increase of cumulative live birth rate with the number of oocytes in the study suggests that ovarian stimulation may not have a detrimental effect on oocyte/embryo quality in good-prognosis women less than 40 year old. Expand
Do ARTs affect the incidence of monozygotic twinning?
TLDR
The findings warrant future studies designed to investigate the association between specific ART procedures and MZT, namely the potential risk of blastocyst transfer to increase MzT. Expand
Frozen embryo transfer: a review on the optimal endometrial preparation and timing
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A standardized timing strategy based on the current available evidence which could assist in the harmonization and comparability of clinic practice and future trials is proposed, with special attention to the timing of the embryo transfer. Expand
The effect of an immediate frozen embryo transfer following a freeze-all protocol: a retrospective analysis from two centres.
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This study offers a simple but potentially relevant measure to increase patient satisfaction and adherence in couples who seek to become pregnant both safely and as soon as possible and the results are limited by the retrospective design and the potential for unmeasured confounding. Expand
Trends in ectopic pregnancy rates following assisted reproductive technologies in the UK: a 12-year nationwide analysis including 160 000 pregnancies.
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The results provide the first evidence of a potential benefit-in terms of the reduction in EP rates-of the implementation of national programmes aiming to reduce the incidence of tubal infertility, such as the National Chlamydia Screening Programme. Expand
Live birth rates after IVF are reduced by both low and high progesterone levels on the day of human chorionic gonadotrophin administration.
TLDR
This study comprehensively assessed the relationship between live birth delivery rates and progesterone levels on the day of hCG administration during ovarian stimulation for IVF. Expand
Frozen-thawed embryo transfers in natural cycles with spontaneous or induced ovulation: the search for the best protocol continues.
TLDR
The use of mNC-FET, using hCG triggering or progesterone supplementation, should be reconsidered in light of the potential negative effect on pregnancy outcome. Expand
Cumulative live birth rates after fresh and vitrified cleavage-stage versus blastocyst-stage embryo transfer in the first treatment cycle.
TLDR
Cumulative live birth rates after Day 3 and 5 transfers were similar in young patients when the vitrified embryo transfers were also taken into account, and the primary outcome was cumulative live birth rate per started cycle, including the eventual contribution of vitrification until the birth of a first child. Expand
Cumulative live birth rates in in-vitro fertilization.
TLDR
Reporting IVF outcomes using cumulative live birth rates (LBR), defined as the first live birth following the use of all fresh and frozen embryos derived from a single ovarian stimulation cycle appears to be a better measure of IVF treatment success. Expand
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