Comparison the results of intra uterine insemination cycles in PCOD patients which have agonist administration with the risk of OHSS with those who had just intercourse

Erfanian Ahmadpoor, M.; Roustaei, H.; Mansouri Torshizi, M.; Naghavizadeh, M.; Khalilifar, M.; Bazri, Z.; Fadavi Islam, M.
June 2014
Iranian Journal of Reproductive Medicine;Jun2014 Supplement, Vol. 12, p8
Academic Journal
Introduction: Some IUI involve controlled ovarian hyper stimulation, which is the simulation of the ovaries to make more than one egg per cycle. Ovarian hyper stimulation syndrome (OHSS) is a serious, life threatening complication resulting from this process where the ovaries become more stimulated than planned. We evaluated the IUI outcome in our PCOD's patients with the risk of OHSS that received agonist (Buserline) in comparison with group who have just had intercourse instead of receiving agonist. Materials and Methods: This study was performed between 2012 and 2013 in Novin Infertility Treatment Center (Mashhad, Iran). We examined IUI cycles of 245 PCOD's female with risk of OHSS. 176 females received agonist and 79 females have just had intercourse. It is explained in all of cases, spermogram was normal. Results: IUI outcome was compared regarding clinical and ongoing pregnancy rate (PR) and abortion rate (AR). No difference was found regarding the number of follicles, age of females, BMI and sperm quality or process between the groups. Pregnancy rate in agonist group was more than the other group (p=0.05). Conclusion: Our results suggest that in patients with PCOD and risk of OHSS administration of agonist (Buserline) have better result in pregnancy rate in comparison with patients who have just had intercourse.


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