Estrogen-suppressed in vitro maturation: a novel approach to in vitro maturation.

@article{Vitek2013EstrogensuppressedIV,
  title={Estrogen-suppressed in vitro maturation: a novel approach to in vitro maturation.},
  author={Wendy S. Vitek and Jeannine Witmyer and Sandra Ann Carson and Jared C. Robins},
  journal={Fertility and sterility},
  year={2013},
  volume={99 7},
  pages={1886-90}
}
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the laboratory and clinical outcomes of estrogen-suppressed in vitro maturation (ES-IVM), a novel IVM protocol that eliminates the need for FSH stimulation and cycle monitoring. DESIGN Case series. SETTING Academic infertility center. PATIENT(S) Eighteen infertile couples undergoing ES-IVM (n = 20). Eligible candidates included women ≤38 years old with either polycystic ovarian syndrome, antral follicle count ≥15, and/or history of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome… CONTINUE READING

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