Factors influencing the success of in vitro fertilization for alleviating human infertility

@article{Edwards1984FactorsIT,
  title={Factors influencing the success of in vitro fertilization for alleviating human infertility},
  author={Robert Geoffrey Edwards and Simon B. Fishel and Jean Cohen and Carole B. Fehilly and J. M. Purdy and James M. Slater and Patrick C. Steptoe and J. M. Webster},
  journal={Journal of in Vitro Fertilization and Embryo Transfer},
  year={1984},
  volume={1},
  pages={3-23}
}
The program for in vitro fertilization at Bourn Hall began in October 1980. Various types of infertility have been treated during this time using the natural menstrual cycle or stimulation of follicular growth with antiestrogens and gonadotrophins. Follicular growth and maturation are assayed by urinary estrogens and LH, monitored regularly during the later follicular stage. Many patients had an endogenous LH surge; others needed an injection of HCG to induce ovulation. All oocytes were… CONTINUE READING

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