DOI: 10.1142/s2661318223743801 ISSN: 2661-3182

#20 : Follitropin Delta Can Play a Good Role in Both Patients with High Serum AMH Level and Patients with Low Serum AMH Level in IVF

Chang-Woo Choo, Won-Don Lee, Jin-Ho Lim
  • General Medicine

Background and Aims: To evaluation clinical efficacy of follitropin delta in IVF procedure for Korean.

Method: This is a prospective study performed by single physician at primary fertility center. From December 2020 to November 2021, total 82 cycles of IVF were performed. 70% of total cycles was performed using gonadotrophic releasing hormone (GnRH) antagonist protocol, and another 30% of cycles were gonadotrophin releasing hormone agonist (GnRHa) protocol.

Results: Average duration of infertility was 2.2± 1.5 years. AMH levels were 2.4± 2.4 ng/ml. The number of obtained oocytes were 8.9± 5.0. Mean daily dose of follitropin delta were 10.3± 2.5 mcg, and total dosage were 121.8± 25.5 mcg. Duration of stimulation were 9.9± 2.0 days. Biochemical pregnancy rate was 38% and clinical pregnancy rate was 27%. No cases of severe ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome were developed.

Conclusion: For both patients with good ovarian reserve, and the patients with poor ovarian reserve, follitropin delta can play a good role. With its discriminative fixed dosing protocol, follitropin delta gives more convenient way for both physicians and patients with minimal risk of OHSS, without having detrimental effect on pregnancy rate.

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