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- United States of America
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Humidified embryo culture improved the ongoing pregnancy rate as compared with a dry environment.
Cycle day, estrogen level, and lead follicle size: analysis of 27,790 in vitro fertilization cycles to determine optimal start criteria for gonadotropin-releasing hormone antagonist
Cycle day, E2 level, and follicle size at time of antagonist start are all independent predictors of clinical pregnancy after IVF.
Low antimüllerian hormone (AMH) is associated with decreased live birth after in vitro fertilization when follicle-stimulating hormone and AMH are discordant
Low AMH (<1 ng/mL) with normal FSH is associated with decreased live birth and higher cycle cancellation compared with normal AMH and elevated FSH (>10 mIU/mL) in women undergoing IVF.
Low-to-moderate female coffee consumption may not be detrimental to successful medically assisted reproduction treatments.