Methods and Results for Regulated Ovulation in Artificial Insemination
The major part of the female population which desires artificial insemination by donor(AID) can be characterized by the ovulatory cycle pattern at the first visit. Only a small group of patients present the problem of irregularity or anovulation at the beginning of AID therapy. In our experience during the last three years, this group represents approximately 20% of all our female patients.
KeywordsPregnancy Rate Artificial Insemination Anovulatory Cycle Fresh Semen Cyclic Woman
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