Discrimination between chronological and ovarian age in infertile women aged 35 years and older: predicting pregnancy using basal follicle stimulating hormone, age and number of ovulation induction/intra-uterine insemination cycles.

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A marked decline in fertility rates has been demonstrated in women > 35 years of age. We have previously demonstrated the importance of basal follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) concentrations plus chronological age to predict pregnancies in women aged >/=40 years undergoing ovulation induction therapy. The purpose of the current study was to extend our… (More)

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