Is gonadotropin ovarian stimulation for unexplained infertility any longer warranted?

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Volume 106, Issue 3, Pages 528-529

Author:

Robert F. Casper, M.D.

Abstract:

In December 2015, the Ministry of Health (MOH) of the Province of Ontario passed legislation funding one cycle of IVF lifetime for all women less than the age of 43 years. The funded cycle was accompanied by guidelines that included single ET under the age of 38 years in an attempt to lower the rate of multiple pregnancies in the Province and in the hopes of ultimately offsetting the costs of the program by decreasing the medical and societal costs of preterm birth related to multiple pregnancies.


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