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Medicine - Gynecology | Minimal Stimulation and Natural Cycle In Vitro Fertilization

Minimal Stimulation and Natural Cycle In Vitro Fertilization

Allahbadia, Gautam, Nitzschke, Markus (Eds.)

2015, Approx. 175 p. 40 illus., 20 illus. in color.

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  •  Highlights the significance of cryopreservation technology, a useful adjunct to minimal stimulation protocols 
  • Explains how natural cycle IVF can lead to a milder, safer and more effective approach to ART​Reviews significance of cryopreservation technology, with its manifold future advantages
  • Written by leading experts in this field
​ This contributed volume regenerates the significance of and respect for natural phenomenon in the background of the risks and complications seen in ART such as ovarian hyperstimulation and multiple pregnancies.   Balancing the clinical practice between the beneficial natural physiology and the prolific use of stimulation drugs for ART may help eliminate risks that may prove clinically, financially and psychologically expensive. It underscores the fact that ‘greater’ is not always synonymous with ‘better’ with regard to the oocyte yield. While highlighting the risks involved with the use of high-dose gonadotropins, the book presents a stratification of patients who might benefit from the ‘soft’ minimal and natural cycle IVF stimulation protocols that may be used. Additionally, clinicians can understand the significance of cryopreservation technology, now a useful adjunct to minimal stimulation protocols, with its manifold future advantages.    Written by an international team of experts, this handbook emphasizes how minimal stimulation and natural cycle IVF can lead to a milder, safer and more effective approach to ART.   

Content Level » Professional/practitioner

Keywords » Budget IVF - Monofollicular stimulation - Ovarian insufficiency - Ovarian stimulation - Vitrification

Related subjects » Gynecology - Internal Medicine

Table of contents 

ART stimulation in the next decade – an overview .-Natural cycle IVF without medication.-The use of letrozol in minimal stimulation IVF.-Use of clomiphene and prostaglandin inhibitors in natural cycle IVF.-The role of GnRH analogue triggering in natural cycle and minimal stimulation IVF.-Natural cycle IVF in patients with ovarian insufficiency using luteal phase stimulation.-Ovarian stimulation in patients with ovarian insufficiency.-Monofollicular stimulation for IVF in PCOS patients.-Budget IVF using clomiphene, hMG & antagonists.-Vitrification is the keystone to minimal stimulation IVF.-Minimal stimulation IVF – the 2-step procedure.​  

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Distribution rights for India: CBS Publishers, New Delhi, India

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