TITLE

Clinical outcomes of two different endometrial preparation methods for cryopreserved-thawed embryo transfer in patients with a normal menstrual cycle

AUTHOR(S)
KAWAMURA, TOSHIHIRO; MOTOYAMA, HIROSHI; YANAIHARA, ATSUSHI; YORIMITSU, TAKESHI; ARICHI, AKANE; KARASAWA, YASUHIRO; SUGA, KAHORI; MIYA, KAORU; ISHIKAWA, SEIKA; MIZUSHIMA, SHIHO; KAWAMURA, MAKIKO
PUB. DATE
March 2007
SOURCE
Reproductive Medicine & Biology;Mar2007, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p53
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Aim: To compare the clinical outcomes of cryopreserved-thawed embryo transfer among patients with a normal menstrual cycle who had natural or hormone-replacement cycles. Methods: From January 2004 to June 2006, cryopreserved embryos following conventional in vitro fertilization (IVF) or intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) were thawed and transferred in a total of 720 natural cycles and 136 hormone-replacement cycles. Results: Cryopreserved-thawed embryo transfer in patients who had a natural or hormone-replacement cycle resulted in clinical pregnancy in 43.1% and 40.4%, respectively; a rate of miscarriage of 14.5% and 23.6%, respectively; and a rate of ongoing pregnancy and delivery of 36.5% and 30.9%, respectively. None of these differences were statistically significant. Conclusions: Patients with a normal menstrual cycle who have natural or hormone-replacement cycles can be expected to have comparable clinical outcomes with cryopreserved-thawed embryo transfer. (Reprod Med Biol 2007; 6: 53–57)
ACCESSION #
23972322

 

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