High responders and patients with a good prognosis are not immune to the negative impact on live birth rate of elevated P on the day of triggering

Reflections on “Are good prognosis patient and embryo characteristics protective from the negative effect of elevated progesterone on the day of HCG trigger?” by Hill et al.

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Ernesto Bosch, M.D.

Volume 103, Issue 6, Page 1423

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Reflections on “Are good prognosis patient and embryo characteristics protective from the negative effect of elevated progesterone on the day of HCG trigger?” by Hill et al.

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