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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.


Found (326) clinical trials

Comparison of Two Embryo Transfer Catheters in Patients Undergoing in Vitro Fertilization and Embryo Transfer

In-vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment involves development of multiple follicles following ovarian stimulation, oocyte retrieval and embryo transfer (ET). Despite recent advances in ovarian stimulation, the method of assisted fertilization and improved culture conditions, the implantation potential of embryos remains around 20-25% for a long time. ET is the final and ...


Environment and Reproductive Health; Human Exposure to Bisphenol A Phthalates and Fertility and Pregnancy Outcomes

Specific Aim #1: To determine the association of a mixture of paternal urinary concentrations of phthalate metabolites, BPA and parabens with the primary outcomes of implantation failure and live birth, and the secondary outcomes of chemical pregnancy (with no subsequent clinical pregnancy) and spontaneous abortion. Hypothesis 1: Higher paternal urinary ...

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Corifollitropin Alfa Combined With Menotropin Versus Follitropin and Lutropin Alfa in Expected Suboptimal Responders

Patients, found eligible for the study, will be randomized (envelope method) into two arms in 1:1 ratio at the start of stimulation (menstrual cycle day 2-3, randomization day): Arm A - ovarian stimulation with Corifollitropin alfa in combination with menotropin; Arm B - ovarian stimulation with Follitropin alfa and lutropin ...


Evaluation of Personalised Support Program Effectiveness in Sperm Quality Improvement

More than 15 % of couples couldn't get pregnant after at least a year of unprotected intercourse. The FabLife personalised program aims to improve sperm quality including sperm DNA fragmentation in subfertile men through: A personalized dietary program based on patient's phenotype and genotype A daily dietary supplement, developed in ...

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Growth Hormone Co-treatment Within a GnRH Antagonist Protocol in Patients With Poor Ovarian Response

To date, a limited number of studies have been performed in order to assess whether the addition of GH can improve the probability of pregnancy in poor responders undergoing ovarian stimulation for IVF. Moreover, the existing studies are underpowered and, thus, inconclusive. In this study, the investigators will assess the ...


Male Fertility and Sperm Cryopreservation

RATIONALE: In June 2006, the American Society of Clinical Oncology published a series of recommendations on fertility preservation for patients with cancer, concluding that "To preserve the full range of options, fertility preservation, approaches should be considered as early as possible during treatment planning". These guidelines reflect the greater attention ...

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Interest of Estrogen Scheduling Before Ovarian Stimulation With Corifollitropin Alfa

With advanced age, ovarian reserve decreases, follicular cohort becomes heterogeneous under the influence of higher FSH rise in late luteal phase. It has been shown that estrogens (E2) taken in the late luteal phase homogenized follicular cohort by inhibiting inter cycle FSH peak ,and that this inhibition is immediately reversible ...


Sperm Selection for Infertility Treatment (SSA)

Infertility is considered a disease by the World Health Organization and it is increasing worldwide affecting more than 70 million couples. About 50% of the cases are due to male inability to fertilize the oocyte. In the last 40 years, several techniques, known as Assisted Reproduction Technology (ART) have been ...

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Recurrent Failures in assIsted Reproductive Techniques (The FIRST Registry)

Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ARTs) are widely used in couples with fertility problems. However, despite ART treatment options have evolved over time, the implantation rate remains rather low. A possible role for inherited and acquired thrombophilias has been invoked, especially in women with previous implantation failures. However, several factors could play ...

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