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On the benefit of assisted reproduction techniques, a comparison of the USA and Europe

On the benefit of assisted reproduction techniques, a comparison of the USA and Europe Letters to the Editor Christiansen OB (1996) Transabdominal cervicoisthmic cerclage in the man- maybe due to high LH and androgen levels but not due to the agement of recurrent second trimester miscarriage and preterm delivery. Br existence of polycystic ovary (PCO) as such (Rai et al., 2000). J Obstet Gynaecol 103,595–596. Glueck et al. (2001, 2002) claimed a reduction of first- Christiansen OB, Nybo Andersen AM, Bosch E, Daya S, Delves PJ, Hviid TV, trimester miscarriage in observational studies comparing preg- Kutteh WH, Laird SM, Li TC et al. (2005) Evidence-based investigations and treatments of recurrent pregnancy loss. Fertil Steril 83,821–839. nancy outcome in metformin-treated pregnancies with the patient’s Fedorcsak P, Dale PO, Storeng R, Tanbo T and Abyholm T (2001) The impact own previous obstetrical histories. The beneficial effect of met- of obesity and insulin resistance on the outcome of IVF or ICSI in women formin in the retrospective observational study (n = 188) of with polycystic ovarian syndrome. Hum Reprod 16,1086–1091. Glueck CJ, Phillips H, Cameron D, Sieve-Smith L and Wang P (2001) Contin- Thatcher and Jackson (2006) was also based on a reduction of uing metformin throughout pregnancy in women with polycystic ovary syn- early pregnancy http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Human Reproduction Oxford University Press

On the benefit of assisted reproduction techniques, a comparison of the USA and Europe

Human Reproduction , Volume 22 (2) – Oct 18, 2006

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Abstract

Letters to the Editor Christiansen OB (1996) Transabdominal cervicoisthmic cerclage in the man- maybe due to high LH and androgen levels but not due to the agement of recurrent second trimester miscarriage and preterm delivery. Br existence of polycystic ovary (PCO) as such (Rai et al., 2000). J Obstet Gynaecol 103,595–596. Glueck et al. (2001, 2002) claimed a reduction of first- Christiansen OB, Nybo Andersen AM, Bosch E, Daya S, Delves PJ, Hviid TV, trimester miscarriage in observational studies comparing preg- Kutteh WH, Laird SM, Li TC et al. (2005) Evidence-based investigations and treatments of recurrent pregnancy loss. Fertil Steril 83,821–839. nancy outcome in metformin-treated pregnancies with the patient’s Fedorcsak P, Dale PO, Storeng R, Tanbo T and Abyholm T (2001) The impact own previous obstetrical histories. The beneficial effect of met- of obesity and insulin resistance on the outcome of IVF or ICSI in women formin in the retrospective observational study (n = 188) of with polycystic ovarian syndrome. Hum Reprod 16,1086–1091. Glueck CJ, Phillips H, Cameron D, Sieve-Smith L and Wang P (2001) Contin- Thatcher and Jackson (2006) was also based on a reduction of uing metformin throughout pregnancy in women with polycystic ovary syn- early pregnancy

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Human ReproductionOxford University Press

Published: Oct 18, 2006

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