A life-table analysis of pregnancy yield in fixed low-dose menotropin therapy for patients in whom clomiphene citrate failed to induce ovulation.

@article{Goldfarb1982ALA,
  title={A life-table analysis of pregnancy yield in fixed low-dose menotropin therapy for patients in whom clomiphene citrate failed to induce ovulation.},
  author={Alisan Goldfarb and Sheldon Schlaff and M L Mansi},
  journal={Fertility and sterility},
  year={1982},
  volume={37 5},
  pages={639-44}
}
Forty-nine patients in whom clomiphene citrate failed to induce ovulation were treated for 177 cycles with a fixed low dosage of menotropin. Among these 49 patients, there were 24 pregnancies. Among these pregnancies were two that were multiple and three spontaneous abortions. In only one treatment cycle was there a hyperstimulation syndrome. These patients were divided into three clinical groups: the secondary amenorrheic patient, the oligo-amenorrheic patient, and the patient with poor corpus… CONTINUE READING