Fertility Research

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Prenatal urinary concentrations of phenols and risk of preterm birth: exploring windows of vulnerability To explore windows of vulnerability to prenatal urinary phenol concentrations and preterm birth.
The suture fixation of levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine device using the hysteroscopic cold-knife surgery system: an original method in treatment of adenomyosis To introduce an effective approach using the hysteroscopic cold-knife surgery system (HCSS) for suture fixation of the levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine device (LNG-IUD) in patients with adenomyosis.
It’s time for a patient-centered approach to obesity Capturing patients preconceptionally, we have an opportunity to counsel and promote healthy lifestyle interventions for optimal reproductive and long-term health outcomes. We take this seriously, as we should. When patients come to us for help conceiving, we look at their body mass index (BMI) and...
Antimüllerian hormone is a predictor of cumulative probability of pregnancy following ovarian stimulation with gonadotropins and intrauterine insemination There is ample evidence that antimüllerian hormone (AMH) is a poor predictor of unassisted conception in the general population and among women with infertility (1). In addition, data suggest that AMH is a relatively poor predictor of pregnancy and live birth following a single in vitro...
Fertility preservation in childhood and adolescent female tumor survivors To assess the proportion of female childhood and adolescent tumor survivors who could benefit from oocyte cryopreservation.
Testicular sperm extraction vs. ejaculated sperm use for nonazoospermic male factor infertility To study the potential benefit of testicular sperm compared with ejaculated sperm for men with oligospermia.
Obesity and infertility: Are hyperlipidemia and hyperinsulinemia the bad guys? During the last year, dominated by one topic, the COVID-19 pandemic, obesity has been discussed mainly as a risk factor for more severe courses of this infection. At the same time, obesity itself represents a pandemic, with a prevalence that has doubled since 1980, reaching 12% among adults (1). It...
Aneuploidy rates are not higher in women with obesity: Is it worth the “weight” to delay in vitro fertilization until body mass index decreases? Almost half of reproductive aged women in the United States are overweight or obese (1). Given this prevalence, along with the fact that obesity has been demonstrated to impair reproduction in men and women, it is imperative to understand comprehensively the relationship between obesity and...
Cesarean scar defect: far from understood As the number of cesarean sections has increased by 50% in the past several decades, physicians have seen an abundant emergence of cesarean scar defects (CSD). This term was coined first by Morris in 1995, but may go by several other names, such as isthmocele, uterine scar defect, uterine...
Minimally invasive surgical management of a cornual ectopic pregnancy, with and without a concurrent intrauterine pregnancy To describe techniques for resection of a cornual heterotopic pregnancy.