Ovulation occurs within 38-42 hours of initiation of the spontaneous luteinizing hormone (LH) surge (which can be detected in the blood or urine prior to this event) and/or hCG administered following controlled ovarian stimulation (COS) with gonadotropins.
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“IVF is neither a pure art or a pure science. Rather it is a blend of both!”
“Virtually nothing that we do clinically in IVF can be fully supported or validated by “gold standard statistical analysis. This is because in … Read more
When it comes to the selection of ovarian stimulation protocols for older women and those who have DOR there is in my opinion, no justification for the use of a “one size fits all” or “recipe approach”. I firmly believe … Read more