Body weight, body mass index, and age: predictors of menotropin dose and cycle outcome in polycystic ovarian syndrome?

Abstract

Whereas the dose of hMG is significantly correlated with both BMI and BW, commencing the more obese patient on higher hMG doses is not justified in view of the cancellation of cycles from over-responsiveness in the more obese patients started on higher hMG dosage regimens. If the more obese patient is slow to respond, however, a greater degree of clinical… (More)

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@article{McClure1992BodyWB, title={Body weight, body mass index, and age: predictors of menotropin dose and cycle outcome in polycystic ovarian syndrome?}, author={Neil McClure and Brian McQuinn and Jerome M McDonald and Gabor Kovacs and David Healy and H. G. Burger}, journal={Fertility and sterility}, year={1992}, volume={58 3}, pages={622-4} }