Last updated on April 2018

Tailored Ovarian Stimulation Based on BMI AMH AFC


Brief description of study

The study objective is to develop a tailored based strategy for ovarian stimulation in IVF patients using AMH, BMI, antral follicle count (AFC).

300 patients will be randomized in 2 arms:

  1. control group: standard care rec FSH.
  2. study group: modified dose of Rec FSH based on AFC with a correction factor based on BMI and basal AMH level.

Primary endpoints: number of mature follicles and eggs collected at egg retrieval; amount of rec FSH used.

Secondary endpoints: fertilization rate; cleavage rate; clinical pregnancy rate; inhibin B and AMH levels during ovarian stimulation.

Detailed Study Description

The study objective is to develop a tailored based strategy for ovarian stimulation in IVF patients using AMH, BMI, AFC and inhibin B.

300 patients will be stimulated with rec FSH and an antagonist pituitary inhibition protocol, and randomized (at random computer generated numbers) in 2 arms:

  1. control group: standard care recFSH based on age, basal FSH and AFC.
  2. study group: modified dose of Rec FSH based on AFC with a correction factor based on BMI and basal AMH level.

FSH administration: 20IU per antral follicle (from 2-5mm) corrected as follows:

Correction factor for

AMH

<1 pMol/L X4 1-6 pMol/L X2 7-18 pMol/L X1 >18 pMol/L X0.5 BMI 16.5-18.5 X0.75 18.5-25 X1 25-30 X1.25 30-35 X1.5 35-40 X2 Primary endpoints: number of mature follicles and eggs collected at egg retrieval; amount of rec FSH used.

Secondary endpoints: fertilization rate; cleavage rate; clinical pregnancy rate; inhibin B and AMH levels during ovarian stimulation.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT02430740

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Christine Wyns, MD, PhD

Cliniques universitaires Saint Luc
Brussels, Belgium
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Recruitment Status: Open


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