A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of heparin and aspirin for women with in vitro fertilization implantation failure and antiphospholipid or antinuclear antibodies.

@article{Stern2003ARD,
  title={A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of heparin and aspirin for women with in vitro fertilization implantation failure and antiphospholipid or antinuclear antibodies.},
  author={Catharyn J Stern and Lawrence W Chamley and Helen Norris and Lyndon Hale and Hugh William Gordon Baker},
  journal={Fertility and sterility},
  year={2003},
  volume={80 2},
  pages={376-83}
}
OBJECTIVE To investigate whether heparin and low-dose aspirin increase the pregnancy rate in antiphospholipid antibody or antinuclear antibody-seropositive women with IVF implantation failure. DESIGN A double-blind, randomized, transfer-by-transfer of fresh or cryopreserved embryos, crossover trial.A hospital infertility clinic and associated IVF service. PATIENT(S) Women seropositive for at least one antiphospholipid (APA), antinuclear (ANA), or beta(2) glycoprotein I autoantibody and >or… CONTINUE READING

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