Live birth rates following natural cycle IVF in women with poor ovarian response according to the Bologna criteria.

@article{Polyzos2012LiveBR,
  title={Live birth rates following natural cycle IVF in women with poor ovarian response according to the Bologna criteria.},
  author={Nikolaos P. Polyzos and Christophe Blockeel and Willem M J A Verpoest and Michel De Vos and Dominic Stoop and Veerle Vloeberghs and Michel Camus and Paul Devroey and Herman J. Tournaye},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  year={2012},
  volume={27 12},
  pages={3481-6}
}
STUDY QUESTION What is the effect of natural cycle IVF in women with poor ovarian response according to the new ESHRE definition for poor ovarian responders: the Bologna criteria? SUMMARY ANSWER Although natural cycle IVF is a promising treatment option for normal responders, poor ovarian responders, as described by the Bologna criteria, have a very poor prognosis and do not appear to experience substantial benefits with natural cycle IVF. WHAT IS KNOWN ALREADY Previous trials have shown… CONTINUE READING

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