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Spontanschwangerschaften bei Kinderwunschpatientinnen

  • Annika K. LudwigEmail author
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Part of the Springer Reference Medizin book series (SRM)

Zusammenfassung

Bei normal fertilen Paaren liegt die Wahrscheinlichkeit, innerhalb von 12 Monaten zu konzipieren, bei 92 %, wenn das Paar nach der symptothermalen Methode Verkehr hat. In einer anderen Studie erzielten Paare, die eine Fertilitätsmonitor verwendeten, eine kumulative Schwangerschaftsrate über 2 Zyklen von 22,7 %, Paare, die keinen Fertilitätsmonitor verwendeten erreichten eine signifikant niedrigere Schwangerschaftsrate über 2 Zyklen von 14,4 % (p = 0,003).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Praxis für Frauengesundheit und PränatalmedizinHamburgDeutschland

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