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Pregnancy outcomes after oral and injectable ovulation induction in women with infertility with a low antimüllerian hormone level compared with those with a normal antimüllerian hormone level

Ongoing pregnancy was comparable between low and normal antimullerian hormone with oral antiestrogen ovulation induction treatment. Decreased ongoing pregnancy but decreased multi-fetal gestations was observed with gonadotropin treatment for low antimullerian hormone patients.

Triggering with 1,500 IU of hCG plus FSH compared to a standard human chorionic gonadotropin trigger dose for oocyte competence in in vitro fertilization cycles: a randomized, double-blinded, controlled noninferiority trial

Compared to the standard human chorionic gonadotropin dose, triggering with 1,500 IU human chorionic gonadotropin plus 450 IU follicle-stimulating hormone produced noninferior oocyte competence in in vitro fertilization.