Early resort to ovarian stimulation improves the cost-effectiveness of a donor insemination programme.

@article{Lashen1999EarlyRT,
  title={Early resort to ovarian stimulation improves the cost-effectiveness of a donor insemination programme.},
  author={Hany L Lashen and Masoud A Afnan and A Kennefik},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  year={1999},
  volume={14 8},
  pages={1983-8}
}
Women undergoing donor insemination (DI) are usually regularly ovulating, therefore the role of ovulation induction in this modality of treatment has been controversial. Some recent studies reported higher pregnancy rates in stimulated cycles in comparison with natural cycles. We employed a sequential step-up protocol in which treatment was started in a… CONTINUE READING