There is no evidence that intracytoplasmic morphologically selected sperm injection (IMSI) provides subfertile patients an additional benefit over the standard intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI).
Implantation rates in unstimulated IVF cycles compared favorably with those in stimulated IVF cycles in a retrospective analysis.
Research shows that vaccinating all teens-both boys and girls--results in an enormous reduction in HPV-related infections. Why aren't we doing it in the United States?
The duty to nonmaleficence suggests that it might be most ethical to deny patients when what they want presents too much risk, and too little benefit--even at the expense of respecting their autonomy.
The increased availability of emergency contraception to women and girls irrespective of age is victory for all of us.
In October 2012, the American Society of Reproductive Medicine announced it no longer considers oocyte freezing experimental. This raises complex questions about how to counsel patients who wish to preserve eggs for social indications.
Uterine artery embolization for fibroids results in a tremendous reduction in menorrhagia. But while complication rates are low, up to 15% of patients are readmitted for indications like pain, bleeding and infection.
In patients with an American Fertility Society class V or class VI septate uterus, hysteroscopic metroplasty is associated with a significant improvement in reproductive performance.
Using ultrasound imaging before an epidural catheterization or lumbar puncture can reduce the risk of failed or traumatic procedures and can lower the number of needle insertions and redirections, according to the findings of a systematic review and meta-analysis.
This patient presented with 18 months of secondary infertility following a second trimester dilation and extraction.