Joseph O'Brien Doyle, M.D., Jill Amanda Attaman, M.D., Aaron Kyle Styer, M.D., Mary Elizabeth Sabatini, M.D., Ph.D., John Christopher Petrozza, M.D., Thomas Louis Toth, M.D.
Vol 98, Issue 2 , Pages 450-452
To describe two cases of successful pregnancy after a rescue course of hCG in the setting of false empty follicle syndrome.
Academic medical center.
Two patients undergoing ultrasound-guided oocyte retrieval with failure to obtain oocytes during oocyte retrieval.
Rescue course of hCG with second oocyte retrieval 35 hours later.
Main Outcome Measure(s):
Two live-birth pregnancies.
Live-birth pregnancies are a realistic possibility after administration of a rescue course of hCG and repeat oocyte retrieval in the setting of false empty follicle syndrome.
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