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    A new strategy for managing poor ovarian responders

    Poor ovarian response (POR) occurs in approximately 9.24% of patients undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF). This is a group of patients that produces less than 4 eggs with conventional IVF ... read more

    Should basal FSH testing be abandoned in favor of AMH?

    Ovarian reserve is a term that is used to determine the capacity of the ovary to provide egg cells that are capable of fertilization resulting in a healthy and successful pregnancy. Diminished ... read more

    Is modified natural cycle IVF justified in patients with “genuine” poor ovarian response?

    Natural cycle IVF has been proposed as an option for poor responder patients. In this approach, conventional stimulation with fertility drugs is not used. The patient is monitored for development of ... read more

    Premature Ovarian Failure – Fertility treatment. What works and what does not.

    I remember my days as a Fellow at the Jones Institute in Norfolk, Virginia when the second year Fellows were in charge of the donor egg program. This was 1989, and the Jones Institute was the premier ... read more

    Premature ovarian failure (POF) – diagnostic tests and management

    A diagnosis of premature ovarian failure (POF) is made when a woman stops getting periods (amenorrhea) before age 40 along with follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) levels in the menopausal range ... read more

    Why IVF fails.

    According to the latest statistics from the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technologies (www.sart.org) in the year 2011, there were a total of 154,412 cycles performed in the US. The pregnancy ... read more

    Antimullerian hormone levels predict reproductive outcome in women with elevated follicle stimulating hormone levels

    Assessing Ovarian Reserve Antimullerian hormone (AMH) and follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) levels are routinely used for assessing ovarian reserve. AMH levels indicate the number of eggs that ... read more

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