clinical pregnancy


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clinical pregnancy

Any conception that is detected by ultrasonography or serum hormone levels, whether or not the pregnancy is healthy or likely to progress to delivery of a newborn child. Examples of clinical pregnancies include healthy singleton, twin, and other multiple pregnancies; ectopic pregnancies; and threatened miscarriages, among others.
See also: pregnancy
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In conclusion, using IVF as a model to investigate human reproduction and pregnancy outcomes, we found that concentrations of some urinary PFR metabolites were inversely associated with proportions of successful fertilization, implantation, clinical pregnancy, and live birth.
We also did not find a statistically significant difference in clinical pregnancy rates between study and control groups (15.
Studies have shown that high peak and mid luteal E2 can predict the success of treatment after ICSI by the provision of optimal environment required for implantation of fertilized ovum and accomplishment of clinical pregnancy.
As is shown in table 4, the chemical and clinical pregnancy rate, implantation rate, and live birth rate were high in group D, followed by group C, in comparison to the other groups; nonetheless, the difference was not statistically significant.
Results showed - based on a relative risk calculation - that the probability of a clinical pregnancy is significantly higher from freeze-all cycles than in fresh embryo transfers (a relative risk of 1.
No differences were found in outcome in the two groups with regard to number of oocytes retrieved, number of embryos transferred, and clinical pregnancy rates.
The study's lead author, Dr Oriane Chausiaux, said that couples suffering from unexplained infertility, who used DuoFertility for twelve months, obtained a higher clinical pregnancy rate than a cycle of IVF.
Increasing obesity in women <35 years old was associated with a significant rise in failure to achieve a clinical pregnancy when women's own oocytes were involved (p<0.
The clinical pregnancy and successful delivery rates were significantly higher in Group B (p=0.
Research by Janet Evans, head of IVF Wales, found that the restriction can enhance clinical pregnancy rates.

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