25-28 June 2023
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30 June 2023
IUI with ovarian stimulation is recommended as a first-line treatment over expectant management in unexplained infertility especially in poor prognosis couples, according to a new ESHRE guideline.
28 June 2023
The calculation made with a ‘high degree of confidence’ by ICMART was based on all registry data collected up to 2018, the addition of recently reported data from China, and estimates of the number of babies born from 2019 through 2022.
Data from the first study of its kind based on more than nine million women show that mothers-to-be with adenomyosis experienced higher rates of complications.
27 June 2023
AI and microfluidics show promise in ART, but they must demonstrate benefit for patients and not just for clinics
Preliminary data from the ESHRE European IVF-monitoring Consortium shows that nearly three in five out of all IVF and ICSI procedures in 2020 in Europe involved single embryo transfer.
Algorithm finds sperm in infertile men faster and more accurately than doctors.
Transdermal testosterone no help for women at risk of poor ovarian response
26 June 2023
A multicentre RCT finds live births just as likely from cleavage stage embryos as from blastocysts, but older women do better with day-5 transfers
More than 40% of women who chose to freeze their eggs in their 30s were able to have babies later in life when they returned to the fertility clinic.
Women treated for childhood Hodgkin lymphoma may face declining fertility at a younger age
Women with PCOS are not at any greater risk of ovarian cancer
Scientists have discovered that the cells of early human embryos are often unable to repair damage to their DNA.
More than three months after suffering from mild COVID infection, men have lower sperm concentrations and fewer sperm that are able to swim.
A small study with couples experiencing unexplained infertility suggests that a hormone treatment could increase the chances of having a baby.