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Data collection and comparison of relationships between patient demographics, stimulation protocols and outcomes, retrieval and transfer outcomes, number and quality of oocytes and embryos retrieved and transferred, pregnancy rates and pregnancy outcomes.
Condition or disease
All Patients Undergoing Infertility Treatment
No patient treatment is associated with the study.
Retrospective Database Studies From Reproductive Endocrinology Practice Looking at Relationships Between Demographics, Stimulation Protocols and Outcomes, Retrieval and Transfer Outcomes, Number and Quality of Oocytes and Embryos Retrieved and Transferred, Pregnancy Rates and Pregnancy Outcomes.
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Improving Rates while Decreasing Adverse Outcomes [ Time Frame: duration of study ]
Retrospective database analysis in order to advance the field of reproductive endocrinology, to learn about reproductive aging and diminished ovarian reserve, to correlate oocyte and embryo quality with pregnancy rates and outcomes, and to reduce adverse outcomes such as Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome (OHSS) and multiple pregnancy rates.
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Ages Eligible for Study:
18 Years to 65 Years (Adult)
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Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
All patients undergoing infertility treatment in our practice.