Fertility Research

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Ovarian stimulation increases the risk of ectopic pregnancy for fresh embryo transfers: an analysis of 68,851 clinical pregnancies from the Japanese Assisted Reproductive Technology registry To evaluate the risk of ectopic pregnancies (EPs) for fresh cycles according to different ovarian stimulation protocols.
Time to pregnancy after a prepregnancy very-low-energy diet program in women with obesity: substudy of a randomized controlled trial To examine the impact of a prepregnancy very-low-energy diet (VLED) program on time to pregnancy in women with obesity.
Effect of needle diameter on pain during oocyte retrieval—a randomized controlled trial To study pain in women undergoing oocyte retrieval with a reduced needle (20/17 gauge) compared to a standard needle (16 gauge).
Rate of true recurrent implantation failure is low: results of three successive frozen euploid single embryo transfers To study the true prevalence of recurrent implantation failure.
A patient-specific model combining antimüllerian hormone and body mass index as a predictor of polycystic ovary syndrome and other oligo-anovulation disorders To determine whether a patient-specific predictive model combining antimüllerian hormone (AMH) levels and body mass index (BMI) can aid in the diagnosis of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and other ovulatory dysfunction disorders (OVDYS) among infertile women.
Does ovarian stimulation benefit ovulatory women undergoing therapeutic donor insemination? To compare clinical and ongoing pregnancy after natural cycle (NC) intrauterine insemination (IUI) versus ovarian stimulation (OS) IUI in ovulatory women undergoing therapeutic donor insemination (TDI).
Understanding sperm motility regulation: it’s a long road ahead Sperm motility is one of the most important markers of semen quality because it is essential for sperm to move properly through the female reproductive tract to reach and fertilize the egg. Despite decades of research, the mechanisms by which sperm acquire motility during their transit through the...
Crossroad decisions in deep endometriosis treatment options: a qualitative study among patients To study the experiences, considerations, and motivations of patients with endometriosis in the decision-making process for deep endometriosis (DE) treatment options.
Effect of body mass index on intrauterine insemination cycle success To determine whether body mass index (BMI) affects intrauterine insemination treatment success.
Plasma glycemic measures and fecundability in a Singapore preconception cohort study To examine the association between plasma glycemia in women attempting to conceive and fecundability, as measured by time to pregnancy.