Effects of Lifetime Exercise on the Outcome of In Vitro Fertilization

@article{Morris2006EffectsOL,
  title={Effects of Lifetime Exercise on the Outcome of In Vitro Fertilization},
  author={S. Morris and S. Missmer and D. Cramer and R. Powers and P. Mcshane and M. Hornstein},
  journal={Obstetrics \& Gynecology},
  year={2006},
  volume={108},
  pages={938-945}
}
OBJECTIVE: To estimate whether exercise before the first cycle of in vitro fertilization (IVF) affects cycle outcomes. METHODS: A total of 2,232 patients were prospectively enrolled before undergoing their first cycle of IVF for the treatment of infertility from 1994–2003 at three IVF clinics in the greater Boston area. The primary IVF outcomes of interest included successful live birth and four points of cycle failure: cycle cancellation, failed fertilization, implantation failure, and… Expand
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