TITLE

Identification of contributing factors in success rate of ovum donated art cycle

AUTHOR(S)
Heidar, Z.; Mirza Morady, M.; Sherboo, F.; Forozanfard, F.; Adel, H. Ghavami
PUB. DATE
June 2014
SOURCE
Iranian Journal of Reproductive Medicine;Jun2014 Supplement, Vol. 12, p49
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Abstract
ABSTRACT
Introduction: The purpose of this study is to evaluate of characteristic factors in donated IVF cycles and relation between this and cycles success rate. Materials and Methods: One hundred women who were candidated for ICSI with donor oocyte in infertility treatment centers in Tehran between 1391-1392 were evaluated and characteristic factors of their cycle including age and BMI of donor &recipient and endometrial thickness in recipients, number of oocyte and embryo and result of BHCG test were recorded. Results: In our study PR was 59%. The age of both donor and recipient have negative correlation with PR. Max PR was in donor with the age of 25-28 (80.6%) and recipient with the age of 31-37 (69.2%). BMI of both donor and recipient have negative correlation with PR. In donor max PR was with the BMI<22 (91.7%) and in recipient with the BMK25 (78.6%). There was positive correlation between number of oocyte & embryo with PR.in >10 oocyte and 6-15embryo have max pregnancy and in oocyte >20 PR declean. Max success rate was with 3 embryo transfer. In endometrial thickness>8 mm PR was higher but no statistically significant difference was seen. Conclusion: Our results showed that PR was 59%.donor with the age of (25-28) recipient with the age of (31-37), donor BMI (<22) recipient BMI (<25), number of oocyte (10-20) and embryo (6-15) and number of transferred embryos (=3) and endometrial thickness >8mm have positive effect on increasing PR. BMI of donor and recipient and donor age have statisticaly significant difference but in others is not so.
ACCESSION #
96841599

 

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