HORMONAL PREDICTIONS IN PREVIOUSLY FAILED IVF CYCLES DETERMINED BY ESTRADIOL VALUES
Author(s):
SHALINI REVURI, Dr. SUNKAM VANAJA
Keywords:
estradiol, IVF, follicles.
Abstract
The prediction of IVF success was based on the quantitative levels of estradiol on a specific day in down-regulated cycle, however its role beyond that stage remains controversial. On the day of hCG trigger , due to increased number of follicles, high estradiol levels lead to low endometrial receptivity and thus decreased pregnancy rates in IVF cycles. Different cutoffs of serum estradiol levels have been observed on day 4–6 and on the day of hCG trigger during the stimulation cycle. Based on the aforesaid facts, the aim of our study was to assess the role of serum estradiol levels and treatment in previously failed IVF cycles.
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Unique Paper ID: 161608

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 5

Page(s): 148 - 150
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