Controlled ovarian stimulation and progesterone supplementation affect vaginal and endometrial microbiota in IVF cycles: a pilot study

@article{Carosso2020ControlledOS,
  title={Controlled ovarian stimulation and progesterone supplementation affect vaginal and endometrial microbiota in IVF cycles: a pilot study},
  author={A. Carosso and A. Revelli and G. Gennarelli and S. Canosa and S. Cosma and F. Borella and A. Tancredi and C. Paschero and L. Boatti and E. Zanotto and F. Sidoti and P. Bottino and C. Costa and R. Cavallo and C. Benedetto},
  journal={Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics},
  year={2020},
  volume={37},
  pages={2315 - 2326}
}
Does controlled ovarian stimulation (COS) and progesterone (P) luteal supplementation modify the vaginal and endometrial microbiota of women undergoing in vitro fertilization? Fifteen women underwent microbiota analysis at two time points: during a mock transfer performed in the luteal phase of the cycle preceding COS, and at the time of fresh embryo transfer (ET). A vaginal swab and the distal extremity of the ET catheter tip were analyzed using next-generation 16SrRNA gene sequencing… Expand
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