Patients’ administration preferences: progesterone vaginal insert (Endometrin®) compared to intramuscular progesterone for Luteal phase support

@article{Beltsos2014PatientsAP,
  title={Patients’ administration preferences: progesterone vaginal insert (Endometrin{\textregistered}) compared to intramuscular progesterone for Luteal phase support},
  author={A. Beltsos and Mark D. Sanchez and K. Doody and M. Bush and A. Domar and M. Collins},
  journal={Reproductive Health},
  year={2014},
  volume={11}
}
BackgroundAdministration of exogenous progesterone for luteal phase support has become a standard of practice. Intramuscular (IM) injections of progesterone in oil (PIO) and vaginal administration of progesterone are the primary routes of administration. This report describes the administration preferences expressed by women with infertility that were given progesterone vaginal insert (PVI) or progesterone in oil injections (PIO) for luteal phase support during fresh IVF cycles.MethodsA… Expand
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