Artificial Insemination with Frozen Human Semen: 227 Cases
This study describes the experience of an infertility practice which maintains a frozen semen bank as its primary source of AID. Two hundred and twenty-seven women began AID between January 1st and December 31st, 1974, and the study ended March 31st, 1976. Thus, the study period covered a relatively short duration, 27 months, during which time personnel, patient and donor selection, technics and adjunctive therapy did not vary. During these 27 months, 97 patients conceived for an overall pregnancy rate of 41.9%.
KeywordsPregnancy Rate Dropout Rate Artificial Insemination Endometriotic Lesion Prior Fertility
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