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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 (331) clinical trials

Gamete Treatment to Correct Fertilization Failure

The spermatozoa will be prepared in the standard fashion and utilized for injection after exposure to a membrane permeabilizing agent. The injected oocytes will be then exposed to the previously mentioned activating agents for the purpose of inducing embryo development. The successfully fertilized oocytes will be further kept in culture ...

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Screening of Low Responders for Aneuploidy to Improve Reproductive Efficiency

Patients will undergo a stimulated IVF cycle culminating with an ultrasound guided egg retrieval procedure and either a fresh or frozen embryo transfer as clinically appropriate and without regard to study. All embryology laboratory procedures will be conducted per routine. Once the embryo(s) have reached the blastocyst stage of development ...

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Discarded Materials Study

1- Testing methods or freezing eggs and/or sperm before implementing techniques. 2- Develop cell surgery and micromanipulation techniques. 3- Develop methods to optimize the determinations of genes and chromosomes in embryos. 4- Quality-assess laboratory equipment. 5- Test proficiency of laboratory staff. 6- Analyze what effects the early development of gametes ...

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Ovarian Tissue Freezing For Fertility Preservation

Women who have not yet undergone this procedure, and who present to the Fertility Consultants desiring fertility preservation, will be offered participation in the study. Subjects will undergo an initial visit which will include a blood draw, ultrasound, and any additional tests or exams that are medically indicated for the ...

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Vascular Dysfunction in Offspring of Assisted Reproduction Technologies

The prevalence of infertility has been estimated at 9% worldwide. The steadily increasing use of assisted reproductive technologies (ART) has allowed millions of infertile couples to have children. These children make up for 1 to 4% of the population in developed countries. ART involves the manipulation of early embryos at ...

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Safety and Efficacy of Sonohysterosalpingography for the Evaluation of Infertility

This pilot study is a collaborative effort between Northwell Health Fertility and the Radiology Department to streamline the fertility evaluation process and reduce the burden of stress many fertility patients experience by eliminating an imaging examination which is painful and exposes the patient to potentially harmful radiation. The aim of ...

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Ovarian Tissue Freezing For Fertility Preservation In Women Facing A Fertility Threatening Medical Diagnosis/Treatment

The research procedures will be conducted at the University of Kentucky (UK) Medical Center. Participants in the study will provide ovarian tissue cryopreservation for their own personal use. The duration of the study will be until the participant reaches age 41 years. Participants will be broken out into four categories: ...

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The Role of Microsurgery in Surgical Treatment of Varicocele.

This study is to set the place of microsurgery in surgical treatment od varicocele in infertile male. Fourty patients will undergo microsurgical subinguinal varicocelectomy while the control group consisting of 20 patients wil undergo laparoscopic varicocelectomy.

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Uterus Transplantation From Live Donors and From Deceased Donors - Clinical Study

Introduction: Uterus transplantation (UTx) is the only causative treatment for congenital or acquired uterus absence, i.e. absolute uterine factor infertility (AUFI). Feasibility of uterus transplantation from o live donor and possibility of healthy child birth have been proven in previous clinical study in Sweden. The present study is supposed to ...

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Derivation of New Human Embryonic Stem Cell Lines Lines for Clinical Use

Embryonic stem (ES) cell lines are derived from the pluripotent cells of the early embryo. The key properties of ES cells are their ability to proliferate indefinitely in vitro without differentiation, and their capability to give rise to all cells of the body. The recent derivation of ES cell lines ...

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