Infertility treatment: relative effectiveness of conventional and assisted conception methods.

@article{Hull1992InfertilityTR,
  title={Infertility treatment: relative effectiveness of conventional and assisted conception methods.},
  author={Michael G. R. Hull},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  year={1992},
  volume={7 6},
  pages={785-96}
}
The effectiveness of infertility treatments is still questioned, particularly the assisted conception methods because of their complexity and cost. Furthermore, pregnancies often occur independent of treatment but many treatments have not been properly evaluated. The most basic audit of outcome with or without treatment requires pregnancy and preferably birth rates to be calculated in a cycle-specific and/or time-specific way; cumulative rates are the preferable method of calculation, in order… CONTINUE READING

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