Comparison of pregnancy rates for poor responders using IVF with mild ovarian stimulation versus conventional IVF: a guideline

In patients classified as poor responders, in vitro fertilization (IVF) with mild ovarian stimulation appears to result in similarly low pregnancy rates comparable to IVF with conventional stimulation.

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Volume 109, Issue 6, Pages 993–999

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Practice Committee of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine

Abstract:

Mild-stimulation protocols with in vitro fertilization (IVF) generally aim to use less medication than conventional IVF. This guideline evaluates pregnancy and live-birth rates in patients expected to be poor responders using mild ovarian stimulation and natural-cycle protocols vs conventional IVF.


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