The effect of the pooling method on the live birth rate in poor ovarian responders according to the Bologna criteria

  title={The effect of the pooling method on the live birth rate in poor ovarian responders according to the Bologna criteria},
  author={Serdar Çelik and Niyazi Emre Turgut and Dilek Cengiz Çelik and Kubra Boynukalin and Remzi Abalı and Sevim Purisa and Erbil Yağmur and Mustafa Bahçeci},
  journal={Turkish Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology},
  pages={39 - 45}
Objective: Pooling is an alternative method to achieve in vitro fertilization outcomes. This study was to investigate the effect of pooling method on pregnancy outcomes in poor responder patients according to Bologna criteria. Materials and Methods: Two hundred-fifty five poor responder patients were enrolled in this study. Pooling embryo transfer (ET) group had 110 and fresh ET group had 145 patients. Results: Although, age was similar between both treatment groups (p=0.31), antral follicle… 

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