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Infertility Clinical Trials

A listing of Infertility medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (53) clinical trials

EmbryoGen/ Blastgen for Couples With Implantation Problems or Previous Miscarriage

A randomised control pilot study will be undertaken for 100 women who have implantation failure (≥ 2 embryo transfers without a pregnancy) or at least 1 previous miscarriage and are having a further IVF cycle. At oocyte retrieval each couple will be randomised using numbered envelopes containing pre randomised group ...

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Administration of FSH and Low Dose hCG for Oocyte Maturity While Decreasing hCG Exposure in IVF Cycles

The success rate of assisted reproductive technology (ART) has dramatically increased due to the improvements in embryo culture, laboratory conditions, and optimization of different ovarian stimulation protocols. Recent data shows that if hCG is not administered for oocyte maturation, severe OHSS is very rare. However, with gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH) ...

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Control Ovarian Stimulation Timing Test

IVF (in vitro fertilization) cycles fails more often than they succeed. Surprisingly very little effort is invested in defining the reasons for failure and possibly finding ways to improve the success on the next cycle. We believe that the main reasons for failure are related to oocyte quality and indirectly ...

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Does in Vivo Culture of Pre-cleavage Stage Embryo Reduce the Incidence of Aneuploidy?

As soon as the very first minute of the fertilization process, very important biological events, critical for the future developmental competency of the embryo are taking place. These biological events, after the sperm cell entry in the oocyte cytoplasm and prior to the first cleavage, include: the completion of the ...

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Study for the Evaluation of "MitoScore" Marker in the Diagnosis of Embryo Viability in Euploids Embryos

The number of mitochondrial DNA copies (mtDNA) of a chromosomally normal embryo is related to a state of energy, which affects the ability of the embryo to implant in the maternal uterus. There is a decrease in the rate of implantation in euploid embryos containing a high number of mtDNA ...

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Prospective Paired Study on the Effectiveness of MitoGrade

Mitochondria are considered the powerhouses of cells. These membrane-bound organelles play a vital role in embryonic development and are essential for various cellular functions. And unlike other cellular organelles, they contain their own DNA (also known as mitochondrial DNA or mtDNA). Embryonic development is a complex energy-driven process and is ...

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Follicular Steroid Genesis in Controlled Ovarian Stimulation

Serum concentrations of the different hormones involved in follicular steroid genesis during a cycle of controlled ovarian stimulation with recombinant FSH or HMG will be compared in this study. Serum Progesterone (P) levels at the end of Controlled Ovarian Stimulation (i.e. the day of triggering) have been related to cycle ...

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Gonapure in Multifollicular Stimulation in Egyptian Women Undergoing IVF/ICSI

Gonapure® is a human follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) preparation of recombinant DNA origin and contains no luteinizing hormone (LH) activity. FSH stimulates ovarian follicular growth in women who do not have primary ovarian failure. FSH, the active component of Gonapure® is the primary hormone responsible for follicular recruitment and development. ...

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Study to Compare Efficacy and Safety of Primapur and Gonal-f in Women for Assisted Reproductive Treatment

The purpose of this study is to show equivalence with regard to the number of oocytes retrieved between follitropin alfa (pen-injectors) Primapur® and Gonal-f® in woman undergoing IVF/ICSI

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A Study on Efficacy and Safety of Menopur Multidose in Korean Female Patients With Infertility

The purpose of this study is to investigate the ongoing pregnancy rates at 10-11 weeks after embryo transfer in patients treated with Menopur® Multidose

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