Clinical success of intrauterine insemination cycles is affected by the sperm preparation time
Patricia Fauque, Philippe Lehert, Marjorie Lamotte, Karima Bettahar-Lebugle, Alphee Bailly, Catherine Diligent, Michel Cledat, Paul Pierrot, Marie-Lorraine Guenedal, Paul Sagot
Fertility and Sterility | ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC | Published : 2014
OBJECTIVE: To determine the impact of the time interval from the end of sperm preparation (TSP) to intrauterine insemination (IUI) on the outcome. DESIGN: Prospective multicentre cohort study. SETTING: Seven French centers (assisted reproduction group in northeastern France, four academic centers, and three clinics). PATIENT(S): Eight hundred sixty-two IUI cycles (709 patients) managed by gonadotropins were studied. INTERVENTION(S): Cycles were stimulated by either FSH or hMG, and hCG was administrated when the leading follicle diameter measured >15 mm. IUIs were performed ∼ 36 hours after ovulation triggering. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURE(S): Generalized linear mixed models for binary outcomes were..View full abstract
P.F. received support from Merck Serono for attending an ESHRE Congress. P.L. has nothing to disclose. M.L. has nothing to disclose. K.B.-L. has nothing to disclose. A.B. has nothing to disclose. C.D. has nothing to disclose. M.C. has nothing to disclose. P.P. has nothing to disclose. M.-L.G. has nothing to disclose. P.S. received support from Merck Serono for attending an ESHRE Congress.