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Cumulative live birth rate and assisted reproduction: impact of female age and transfer day [PDF]
Conclusion: In women less than 35 years, excellent CLBR can be achieved irrespective of the transfer day. For women 40 years and above, better results of CLBR are observed with Day 5 transfers. Our findings may impact the counseling of couples considering IVF treatment.
111. Age and ET day on cumulative pregnancy rates [Forum/Discussion]
from: Administrator (office@fertaid.com), Australia on 19/01/2015 9:59:23 AM Profession:
Comment: Using cumulative pregnancy rates (CPR-Fresh + FET) shows day 3 x Day 5 same for under 35 but better for women >40
Submission: Using cumulative pregnancy rates where the chance of pregnancy is calculated by collection rather than transfer allows one to look at the whole chance of pregnancy. In this study, the CPR is the same over 3 cycles for day 3 and day 5 transfers for women <35 years of age. However for women>40 (who have blastocysts i.e. good embryos), day 5 transfer out perform day 3 transfers. The reasons for this is unclear but has been seen before and may well be true. It may well be one of embryo selection and patient selection based on embryo number and quality.
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