Ultrasound diagnosed adenomyosis has a negative impact on successful implantation following GnRH antagonist IVF treatment.

@article{Thalluri2012UltrasoundDA,
  title={Ultrasound diagnosed adenomyosis has a negative impact on successful implantation following GnRH antagonist IVF treatment.},
  author={Vamsee Thalluri and Kelton Tremellen},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  year={2012},
  volume={27 12},
  pages={3487-92}
}
STUDY QUESTION Does the presence of ultrasound diagnosed adenomyosis interfere with successful implantation in patients undergoing IVF treatment with GnRH antagonist ovarian stimulation? SUMMARY ANSWER The presence of ultrasound diagnosed adenomyosis was associated with a significant reduction in successful implantation of good quality embryos in patients undergoing GnRH antagonist stimulation for IVF treatment (viable clinical pregnancy rate 23.6% versus 44.6%, P= 0.017). WHAT IS KNOWN AND… CONTINUE READING
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