Non-response to ovarian stimulation in normogonadotrophic, normogonadal women: a clinical sign of impending onset of ovarian failure pre-empting the rise in basal follicle stimulating hormone levels.

@article{Farhi1997NonresponseTO,
  title={Non-response to ovarian stimulation in normogonadotrophic, normogonadal women: a clinical sign of impending onset of ovarian failure pre-empting the rise in basal follicle stimulating hormone levels.},
  author={Jacob Farhi and Roy Homburg and Andr{\'e}s Ferber and Raoul Orvieto and Zion Ben Rafael},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  year={1997},
  volume={12 2},
  pages={241-3}
}
The most important aspect of diminished ovarian reserve is the associated decline in reproductive potential. Assessment of ovarian reserve is mainly based on measurement of early follicular phase follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) concentration. The objective of this study was to report the identification of a group of 12 infertile women initially diagnosed as having unexplained or anovulatory infertility, who had a normal baseline hormonal profile and did not respond to repeated ovarian… CONTINUE READING
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