Ovarian stimulation protocols why stimulate the ovaries as we show in the example below during every step of ivf a certain number of eggs or embryos are lost especially in the middle part of the funnel growing embryos that are chromosomally normal as a result a woman needs to start the process with many eggs. Ovarian stimulation protocols for ivf process medications used puregon is a fertility drug used for ovarian stimulation in patients who undergo reproductive cycles its active ingredient is follitropin beta a hormone known as follicle stimulating hormone or fsh it is obtained using genetic engineering at the lab fshr. Conventional ovarian stimulation protocols for ivf are designed to achieve maximum oocyte yields conventional protocols however are associated with patient discomfort increased risk of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome and higher costs in recent years mild stimulation protocols have risen in popularity. Effect of stimulation protocols on prenatal outcome overall ovarian stimulation disturbs the methylation of differentially methylated regions dmrs causing imprinting defects studies have found that genes which are imprinted in the later stage of developing oocytes were affected the most. Women with low amh or high fsh in order to maximize success rates with in vitro fertilization we want a good number of high quality eggs from the woman we generally want to get about 8 15 eggs at the egg retrieval procedure ivf success rates correlate with the number of eggs retrieved with ivf there are several ovarian stimulation medication protocols that are used to pump up the ovaries
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