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Too much of a good thing? Experimental evidence suggests prolonged exposure to hCG is detrimental to endometrial receptivity

STUDY QUESTION Does prolonged exposure of the endometrium to hCG, as experienced after ovulation induction in an assisted reproduction technology (ART) cycle, affect functional measures of

External validation of the endometriosis fertility index (EFI) staging system for predicting non-ART pregnancy after endometriosis surgery

Can the ability of the endometriosis fertility index (EFI) to predict non-assisted reproductive technology (ART) pregnancy after endometriosis surgery be confirmed by an external validation study? ... as to when and how to perform surgical excision and/or fertility treatment [including intrauterine insemination (IUI) and assisted reproductive technology (ART)] is mainly based on clinical guidelines

Pregnancy-specific anxiety, ART conception and infant temperament at 4 months post-partum

Is anxiety focused on the pregnancy outcome, known to be particularly salient in women conceiving through assisted reproductive technology (ART), related to difficult infant temperament? ... elevated medical risk. Women conceiving through assisted reproductive technology (ART) are of particular interest in this regard. Qualitative studies suggest that from the moment of conception their

External validation of the endometriosis fertility index (EFI) staging system for predicting non-ART pregnancy after endometriosis surgery

STUDY QUESTION Can the ability of the endometriosis fertility index (EFI) to predict non-assisted reproductive technology (ART) pregnancy after endometriosis surgery be confirmed by an external ... , Leuven 3000, Belgium 3 Universiteit Hasselt , Diepenbeek, Belgium study question: Can the ability of the endometriosis fertility index (EFI) to predict non-assisted reproductive technology (ART) pregnancy

The experience of spontaneous pregnancy loss for infertile women who have conceived through assisted reproduction technology

BACKGROUND The purpose of this qualitative, phenomenological study was to explore the subjective experiences of infertile women who conceived through the use of assisted reproduction technology ... experience of miscarriage after conception through assisted reproduction technology (ART) is an area of research that has yet to be explored in depth. Two distinct bodies of literature inform our current

The experience of spontaneous pregnancy loss for infertile women who have conceived through assisted reproduction technology

The purpose of this qualitative, phenomenological study was to explore the subjective experiences of infertile women who conceived through the use of assisted reproduction technology—ovarian ... their marked ambivalence regarding future reproductive options after their pregnancy loss, reflecting a unique overlay of prominent anxiety in their grief experience. assisted reproduction technology

Pregnancy-specific anxiety, ART conception and infant temperament at 4 months post-partum

STUDY QUESTION Is anxiety focused on the pregnancy outcome, known to be particularly salient in women conceiving through assisted reproductive technology (ART), related to difficult infant ... conceiving through assisted reproductive technology (ART) are of particular interest in this regard. Qualitative studies suggest that from the moment of conception their pregnancy experience is emotionally

‘Man Up’: the importance and strategy for placing male reproductive health centre stage in the political and research agenda

technology (Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats-CRISPR-associated protein-9 nuclease: CrispR-Cas9) for editing DNA in gametes has arrived (Vassena et al., 2016) . The pressures to use ... placing this information more into the public spotlight is one way to raise awareness and the political Identification and prioritisation of fundamental research gaps. (parties including : basic science

A survey of assisted reproductive technology births and imprinting disorders

with imprinting disorders such as Angelman syndrome (AS) and Beckwith–Wiedemann syndrome (BWS). Recently, an increased frequency of assisted reproductive technology (ART) conceptions has been reported in ... changes in ART protocols are not associated with increased frequencies of epigenetic changes and imprinting disorders in children born after ART. Introduction Assisted reproductive technology (ART) births

A survey of assisted reproductive technology births and imprinting disorders

imprinting disorders such as Angelman syndrome (AS) and Beckwith–Wiedemann syndrome (BWS). Recently, an increased frequency of assisted reproductive technology (ART) conceptions has been reported in children ... -up Introduction Assisted reproductive technology (ART) births accounts for .1% of all births in the UK and USA, and more than 30% of all twin births (ESHRE, 2005) . Several outcome studies have

Comparison of the pregnancy outcomes of subfertile women after infertility treatment and in naturally conceived pregnancies

Adverse obstetric outcomes in pregnancies achieved through assisted reproductive technology (ART) could either be due to the technology or to the underlying subfertility or to both. To address this ... treatment are associated with adverse pregnancy outcomes. subfertility / ART / IVF / time to pregnancy / pregnancy outcome Introduction The role of assisted reproductive technology (ART) increased from the

Comparison of the pregnancy outcomes of subfertile women after infertility treatment and in naturally conceived pregnancies

BACKGROUND Adverse obstetric outcomes in pregnancies achieved through assisted reproductive technology (ART) could either be due to the technology or to the underlying subfertility or to both. To ... Gynaecology, Kuopio University Hospital , P.O.Box 1777, Kuopio 70211 , Finland background: Adverse obstetric outcomes in pregnancies achieved through assisted reproductive technology (ART) could either be due

What next for assisted reproductive technology? A plea for an evidence-based approach

infertile couples now have the chance of having a healthy child using different forms of assisted reproductive technology (ART). Several million ART children have been born and the majority of them are

Gynaecologic surgery from uncertainty to science: evolution of randomized control trials

, subfertility was one of the first fields where the need to move from ‘cookery based practice to science’ was recognized (Vandekerckhove et al., 1993) and this has since become well established in infertility ... metaphorically as moving from ‘butchery’ to science in a subject where practitioners do not participate readily in randomized evaluation. It is also sobering to note that the improvements in research methodology

Updated ultrasound criteria for polycystic ovary syndrome: reliable thresholds for elevated follicle population and ovarian volume

recent advancements in imaging technology and reliable methods for estimating follicle populations in PCOS? ... al., 2011) . Others have recommended a re-evaluation of the ultrasound criteria based on recent improvements in ultrasound image technology (Allemand et al., 2006; Dewailly et al., 2011) and newly

Admission to hospital of singleton children born following assisted reproductive technology (ART)

BACKGROUND Adverse perinatal outcomes are more common in singletons born following assisted reproductive technology (ART) and this would predict an increase in hospitalization during infancy and ... Reproductive Technology Register is a statutory database containing information about all procedures performed with ART in Western Australia since April 1993 (The Human Reproductive Technology Act 1991Directions

Admission to hospital of singleton children born following assisted reproductive technology (ART)

hospitalized in the first year of life and to stay in hospital longer than other children. assisted reproductive technology; hospital admission; IVF; morbidity; epidemiology Introduction Since babies born

Updated ultrasound criteria for polycystic ovary syndrome: reliable thresholds for elevated follicle population and ovarian volume

) condition in light of recent advancements in imaging technology and reliable methods for estimating follicle populations in PCOS? ... effect of ethnicity (Chen et al., 2008; Ko s us et al., 2011). Others have recommended a re-evaluation of the ultrasound criteria based on recent improvements in ultrasound image technology (Allemand et al