, Volume 29, Issue 5, pp 433-435
Date: 12 Feb 2012

Oocyte retrieval following continued stimulation five days beyond ovulation yields live birth after frozen embryo transfer

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Presented at: Pacific Coast Reproductive Society, 59th annual meeting, April 2011
Where the work was done: Stanford Fertility and Reproductive Medicine Center, Palo Alto, California.
Capsule A 40-year-old with breast cancer underwent retrieval five days after ovulation and frozen embryo transfer to gestational surrogate resulted in live birth of twins. Continuous ovarian stimulation despite ovulation can yield embryos capable of resulting in viable pregnancy.