Cumulative impact of adding frozen-thawed cycles to single versus double fresh embryo transfers.

@article{Lundin2007CumulativeIO,
  title={Cumulative impact of adding frozen-thawed cycles to single versus double fresh embryo transfers.},
  author={Kersti Lundin and Christina Bergh},
  journal={Reproductive biomedicine online},
  year={2007},
  volume={15 1},
  pages={
          76-82
        }
}
Randomized control trials have shown that single embryo transfer (SET) results in lower live birth rates than double embryo transfer (DET), while observational, retrospective studies find no decrease in overall live birth rate when using a SET policy. The cumulative (fresh transfer followed by frozen - thawed transfers of embryos from the same stimulated cycle) live birth rate after the first and the second stimulated cycle of SET and DET respectively has been analysed. All couples who received… CONTINUE READING

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