TITLE

Relation between BMI and age on laboratory parameters in infertile women

AUTHOR(S)
M. Gholami Tabar Tabari; Jorsaraei, S.; Beiki, A.; Zadeh, M. Zeinal; Nazari, T.; Pasha, Y. Yosefnia
PUB. DATE
June 2014
SOURCE
Iranian Journal of Reproductive Medicine;Jun2014 Supplement, Vol. 12, p66
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Introduction: Age is an important factor in the success of infertility treatment. Upper limit of the age that people can get into infertility treatments vary in different countries .This study investigated the relationship between age and BMI with laboratory parameters in women undergoing ART and Oocytes extracted from the ICSI procedure in Omid Infertility Center in Babol. Materials and Methods: In this cross-sectional study of 367 cases from April 2009 until November 2013 infertile couples under treatment in Omid Infertility were selected using convenience sampling. A questionnaire including demographic, couple clinical hormonal tests, number and type of eggs and embryos, and results of treatment for each patient was completed. Results: There is a relation between age, number of oocytes retrieved, Mil oocyte, fertility success and FSH, 66.5%, p<0.05 of embryo formation related to Mil oocyte. R"=0.6 there is not a relation between BMI and the number of MI and Mil oocytes, FSH, TSH, Estradiol, length of infertility and type of infertility p<0.05. The mean BMI level in people who had Hirsutism and Galaktore was more than others. Conclusion: Age is an important factor in ART success. Age increasing cause decline the number of Oocytes extracted Mil oocytes and pregnancy success.
ACCESSION #
96841640

 

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