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gestation

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the condition of carrying a developing fetus within the uterus

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We used the model of IVF to investigate human reproduction and early pregnancy outcomes, ranging chronologically from oocyte retrieval, oocyte fertilization, embryo quality, and implantation to clinical pregnancy and live birth.
Clinical pregnancy was defined as--Pregnancy diagnosed by ultrasound visualisation of at least one gestational sac with or without cardiac activity.
1 shows the comparison of clinical pregnancy rate in poor and good responders on the basis of mid E2 levels.
illustrated a borderline significant difference of 5% higher clinical pregnancy rate in women stimulated with hFSH compared with rFSH.
Indeed, various studies yielded significantly higher ongoing and clinical pregnancy rates when frozen ET was used as compared with fresh ET (44-46).
Further, the Augment -treated eggs had statistically significant higher pregnancy rates, including ongoing clinical pregnancy rates.
7% [2,788/3,637]), clinical pregnancy rate per transfer (27.
Bosses at Midland Fertility, in Tamworth, confirmed they had a clinical pregnancy rate for women under 35 of 63.
Some ethnic groups like Asian, African, American, and Hispanic have significantly lower clinical pregnancy and live birth rates and higher miscarriage rates after ART than whites," he said.
8] increases clinical pregnancy and live birth rates during in-vitro fertilization (IVF) via intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)[sup.
DGFC achieved an impressive 60 per cent clinical pregnancy rate in all its clients for the second quarter of this year.
Dubai Gynaecology and Fertility Centre (DGFC) has recorded a 60 per cent clinical pregnancy rate in the last three months, which is considered to be a high success rate globally and in the region.
The study compared the efficacy and safety of once-weekly Milprosa[TM] to daily 8 percent progesterone vaginal gel for luteal phase support in in vitro fertilization (IVF) and found that clinical pregnancy rates per retrieval at eight and 12 weeks were comparable between patient groups.
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