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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 (77) clinical trials

PC Protocol: Preconceptional Screening

The aim of this protocol is to collect serum and genotype from normo-ovulatory women with a regular indication for IVF/ICSI that can aid further research into the investigators principle lines of research which include improving performance ART treatment , limiting pregnancy complications, and improving offspring health.

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Needle-Free Monitoring for IVF Patient Cycles

This study will be a prospective study to measure salivary and serum estrogen and progesterone levels in subject's voluntarily undergoing monitored infertility treatment cycles including controlled ovarian stimulation (COS) with oral agents or gonadotropins and controlled ovarian hyperstimulation (COH) for in vitro fertilization (IVF). Ultimately, the potential applicability and reliability ...

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The Microbiome in Subfertility and Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART)

The main objective of this study is to learn more about which microbial spectra are negatively or positively impacting IVF pregnancy outcome. This information is needed before proceeding to the next step in which an adaptation of the microbiome can be attempted to improve IVF outcome. The study is expected ...

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Next Generation DNA Sequencing in Patients With Idiopathic Male Infertility

Infertility involves about 15% of couples who attempt to conceive and the male factor accounts for about half of the cases. Idiopathic, azoospermia, or oligozoospermia, which may be genetically based, constitute a significant number of male infertility cases.In the recent years, there is increasing recognition of the genetic abnormalities as ...

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Effects of Vitamin D Status on the Outcome of Ivf - Embryo Transfer

At present, there is no agreement on the effect of vitamin D level in serum and follicular fluid on the outcome of IVF-ET pregnancy. Most of these studies were based on the research of total 25 (OH) D, which have ignored that the biological activity of vitamin D molecule is ...

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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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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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Administration of Vaginal and Rectal Progesterone During FET Cycles

Cohort of patients treated with autologous blastocyst at the Fertility clinic Skive Regional Hospital in HRT cycle. Estradiol stimulation started on second cycle day and on day 12 - 20 vaginal and rectal progesterone is added. Blastocyst transfer on 6th progesterone treatment day. Serum progesterone and hCG measurement 9 or ...

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Presence of Toxins From Smoking in the Follicular Fluid of Women Undergoing Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection Treatment

The desire to have children can be influenced by a number of factors. Besides hormonal factors, age and body weight, or genetic disorders, smoking may play an important role. It was shown that cigarette smoking correlates with a significantly decreased implantation and life birth rate, and a significantly higher risk ...

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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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