Relative efficiency of therapeutic donor insemination using a luteinizing hormone monitor.

@article{Federman1990RelativeEO,
  title={Relative efficiency of therapeutic donor insemination using a luteinizing hormone monitor.},
  author={C A Federman and Daniel A Dumesic and William Ralph Boone and Sandor S. Shapiro},
  journal={Fertility and sterility},
  year={1990},
  volume={54 3},
  pages={489-92}
}
A prospective randomized study was performed to evaluate the use of a urinary luteinizing hormone (LH) detection kit with 1 insemination as compared with 2 alternate day inseminations with timing based on previous cycle length and basal body temperature changes. The study involved 60 patients who underwent a total of 264 therapeutic donor insemination cycles using cryopreserved semen specimens. Patients alternated LH-kit timed cycles with cycles timed by non-LH methods for a total of 6 cycles… CONTINUE READING