Both female and male body mass indices (BMI) is important for the outcome of in vitro fertilization/intracytoplasmic sperm injection treatments. Increased female and male BMIs negatively affect the chance of live birth, especially after IVF.
AMH predicts oocyte yield and poor and excessive ovarian response in GnRH antagonist cycles and is associated with increased cumulative live-birth rates after single-blastocyst transfer in fresh and cryopreserved cycles.
In a prospective randomized study, addition of recombinant granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor to IVF embryo culture medium was found to increase ongoing implantation rate at gestational week 12 and live birth rate.
Abnormal head shape of fresh motile spermatozoa evaluated by elliptic Fourier analysis reflected sperm DNA fragmentation, providing a rationale for selecting spermatozoa by microscopic shape assessment in the IMSI procedure.
Reflections on “Y chromosome azoospermia factor region microdeletions are not associated with idiopathic recurrent spontaneous abortion in Slovenian population: association study and literature review” by Pereza et al.
Postoperative adhesions are a natural consequence of tissue trauma and healing; however, adherence to microsurgical principles and minimally invasive surgery may help to reduce postoperative adhesions.
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