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Tuesday 23rd July 2019

Deceased Uterine Transplant in Absolute Uterine Infertility (AUIF)

Our study will explore the feasibility of initiating a deceased donor uterine transplant program in addition to the existing living donor IRB at BWH. Using the template established by teams around the world, we will identify emotionally and socially stable females of reproductive age with intact ovaries who are unable to gestate a child due to congenital or acquired uterine factor infertility. After careful screening, participants will undergo egg harvest, in vitro fertilizati...


Monday 22nd July 2019

Dose Adjusted vs. Fixed Dose Unilateral Laparoscopic Ovarian Drilling in PCOS Patients

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a common endocrine disorder and a leading cause of infertility in women of reproductive age affecting up to 20% of them. Laparoscopic ovarian drilling (LOD) is considered a second-line treatment of infertile patients with clomiphene citrate-resistant (CCR) PCOS i.e. those who did not ovulate in response to CC doses of up to 150 mg for at least three consecutive cycles. The advantage of LOD is the induction of unifollicular ovulation without t...

Friday 19th July 2019

The Influence of Different Thyroid Autoantibodies on Thyroid Function and Pregnancy Outcome After Assisted Reproductive Technology

The influence of thyroid autoantibodies on thyroid function in pregnancy after fertility treatment is not well known. The objectives of the present study are: 1. To monitor the course of thyroid function during pregnancy and to compare between women with and without thyroid autoantibodies. 2. Compare pregnancy outcome between women with and without thyroid antibodies


Validation of a Process for the Manufacture of Stem Cells Isolated From the Nasal Cavity for Innovative Cell Therapy of Traumatized Peripheral Nerves

Despite progress in the time taken to take charge and in the quality of the surgical technique, the repair of damaged peripheral nerves has not improved in the last twenty years. Faced with these limitations of surgical treatment, multidisciplinary teams from Marseille and Rouen have come together to propose an innovative approach to cell therapy that can limit inflammation and improve axonal growth. Cell transplantation now appears as an alternative to treat nerve damage. Sci...

Wednesday 17th July 2019

Study of Neo-Adjuvant Chemotherapy and Surgery to Preserve Fertility in Patients With Cervical Cancer

This study will include patients with invasive cervical cancer that wish to keep their fertility as much as possible in the future after treatment. Patients who receive surgery alone may experience long-term side effects including infertility. The purpose of this research study is to determine whether giving neo-adjuvant chemotherapy prior to surgery can maintain fertility in patients with invasive cervical cancer. The neo-adjuvant chemotherapy will consist of a platinu...

Monday 15th July 2019

Effects of Lifestyle Changes on Semen Quality in Healthy Young Men Living in Highly Polluted Areas (FAST)

We planned a randomized controlled trial (RCT) with the main aim to evaluate the effects of lifestyle changes on semen quality in healthy young men living in polluted areas in Italy. Secondary aims are to assess: a) the association between semen quality and biomarkers of early damage or inflammation; b) the associations between biomarkers of exposure to heavy metals and semen quality and biomarkers of early damage or inflammation; c) the associations between diet and physical a...

Luteal Phase Support During Frozen Embryo Transfer Cycle

We aimed to decrease quantity of exogenous estrogen and evaluated the success rate of ongoing pregnancy in women undergone artificial FET who have a surplus embryos at previous fertility treatment cycles. In this study, endometrial prepared with standard long GnRH protocol and for luteal phase support patients received 6 mg oral E2 and intramuscularly P 100 mg/d and embryos on day 2-3 were transferred. Control group continued E2 until 12 week of pregnancy, while for cases ...

Friday 12th July 2019

Hypotaurine Supplementation Benefits in Cryopreservation

Although it is widely used, slow freezing can induce strong functional and nuclear spermatic alterations reducing the chances of pregnancy. The study objective is to determinate the effects of the combination of hypotaurine supplementation and spermatozoa selection by Density Gradient Centrifugation (DGC) on human sperm functions and DNA quality during a freezing-thawing cycle.

Wednesday 10th July 2019

A Retrospective Study on the Effect of Male Progressive Sperm Count After Semen Pretreatment on ICSI Fertilization Outcome

We plan to retrospectively analyze clinical data from 14,189 fresh ICSI cycles in Reproductive and Genetic Hospital of CITIC-Xiangya from January 2016 to December 2017. We will regard total progressive sperm number of 2 x 10^6 after pretreatment as the boundary value, and will divide total progressive sperm number of 2 x 10^6 after pretreatment into 2 x 10^6 or higher and < 2 x 10^6 groups, and will further divide < 2 x 10^6 group into: = 0, (0,10^6], (10^6, 2 x 10^6) three gro...

Bariatric Surgery for Fertility-Sparing Treatment of Atypical Hyperplasia and Grade 1 Cancer of the Endometrium

A growing population of young women with obesity are developing atypical hyperplasia (pre-cancer) and endometrial cancer. Progestin is the standard treatment for women who wish to preserve fertility, but this approach does not address the underlying cause of endometrial cancer/atypical hyperplasia (obesity); thus response rates are low and recurrence rates are high. Significant weight loss by bariatric surgery, in combination with progestin therapy may result in greater and mor...

Friday 5th July 2019

Automated Sperm Sample Preparation Protocol

This clinical trial would be directed at determining the effectiveness of an innovative sperm sample preparation protocol for intrauterine insemination (IUI). The goal of the protocol would be to enable clinics not performing IUI to be able to perform IUI without requiring specialized training in sperm sample preparation.

Physical Activity and Fertility Care Study

Randomized control trial to determine if performing the US Health and Human Services recommended amount of weekly physical activity during ovarian stimulation will differentially affect mental health or clinical outcomes of individuals who are usually active, insufficiently active, or inactive in their everyday lives. The goal overall is to assess for safety and value of physical activity during fertility treatment.

Tuesday 2nd July 2019

Evaluation of Sperm Selection Technique Using Hyaluronic Acid Binding in Intra-cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)

In vitro sperm selection for ICSI is important as it has a direct influence on the paternal contribution of preimplantation embryogenesis. Various laboratory tests were developed to assess the functions of the spermatozoa. Among them, only the tests for sperm DNA fragmentation, hyperactivation of the spermatozoa and the hyaluronan-binding ability are simple and fast.

Thursday 27th June 2019

Endometriosis and Pain

Endometriosis is a condition affecting about 10% of childbearing age women. It can begin a few months to a few years after puberty. It causes abdominal and pelvic pain that can be extremely debilitating, affecting the quality of patients life by affecting sexuality and fertility. Psychological repercussions are very important and underestimated. Patient care focuses most often on the "organ pathology treatment ". This study proposes to evaluate a multidisciplinary patient care...

Monday 24th June 2019

Impact of Embryo Cryopreservation on Birth Weight

Birth weight (BW) is higher after frozen embryo transfer (FET) than after fresh embryo replacement. No study has compared the BW of siblings conceived using the same oocyte/embryo cohort. The aim of this study was to determine whether the freezing-thawing procedure is involved in such difference.

Friday 21st June 2019

Selection of Non Apoptotic Human Sperm for in Vitro Fertilization by Using Magnetic Activated Cell Sorting (MACS)

This clinical study has been organised to help improve the embryo quality in couples having high rate of sperm showing apoptotic signs. For this, we intend to use a procedure (MACS: magnetic-activated cell sorting) that allows the identification and the removal of the apoptotic sperm cells. This procedure will increase the chance of using non-apoptotic sperm during in vitro fertilization via Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI). By using this procedure we aim to increase the...

Wednesday 12th June 2019

Fertility and Cardiovascular Risk in Men With Metabolic Syndrome

Men diagnosed with metabolic syndrome (MetS) consisting of obesity, hypertension, dyslipidemia and infertility will be assessed for cardiovascular and diabetes risk. The eligible patient will be randomised to one-year life-style intervention program including nutritional, behavioural and exercise counselling or standard care by the general physician. The aim of the program is to reduce cardiovascular and diabetes risks and hypogonadism as well.

Monday 10th June 2019

Cornual Wedge Resection Outcome

Cornual pregnancy is a rare form of ectopic pregnancy that accounts for 2% to 4% of ectopic pregnancies, with a mortality rate between 2.0% and 2.5%. Traditionally, interstitial pregnancies were treated by laparotomy with cornial resection or hysterectomy. However, nowadays, increasingly interstitial pregnancies are treated by laparoscopic cranial resection. Although this technique can potentially protect the fertility of the patient, it carries a serious risk of bleedin...

Friday 7th June 2019

Sperm Parameters and Sexual Quality of Life

Infertility has important repercussions for couples in their emotional and sexual lives; the same is true of Assisted Procreation, which has an impact on the daily life of couples and a cost to society. Thus, fertility disorders are frequently associated with sexual dysfunction in both women and men (Khademi et al., 2008). In couples with male infertility, men have higher sexual dysfunction scores than couples with infertility without male aetiology (Smith et al., 2009). ...

Wednesday 5th June 2019

The Correlation Between Vitamin A / E Levels and Preeclampsia

Vitamin A (VA) and vitamin E (VE) are fat-soluble vitamins and indispensable substances in life activities. VA plays an important role in visual function, normal formation and development of epithelial cells, development and growth of bones, immune function and reproductive health. VA is of great significancCe for the growth and development of embryonic cells, especially for the development of fetal vertebrae, spinal cord, limbs, heart, eyes and ears. The lack of materna...

Tuesday 4th June 2019

To Study the Effect of Magnetic Activated Sperm Sorting on the Outcome of in Vitro Fertilization-embryo Transplantation

Recent studies have evaluated the use of magnetic-activated sperm sorting (MASS) to reduce apoptotic spermatozoa and improve the outcome of infertile male with assisted reproductive technology (ART). However, some results were inconsistent with above. The sperm of male with abnormal semen analysis tend to be accompanied with high apoptotic and high DNA fragmentation index (DFI). Hence, this study aimed at determining the efficiency of MASS in improving the clinical outcome of p...

Thursday 30th May 2019

Impact of Weight Loss on the Human Sperm Epitranscriptome

Increasing evidence suggests that non-communicable diseases such as in particular obesity and its associated metabolic diseases are inherited from parents to children throughout several generations by epigenetic mechanisms. Thus, this environmental stress would induce epigenetic modification in the germ line that once transmitted and maintained in the progeny would induce the development of the parental pathologies. Considering the increasing prevalence of these pathologies wor...

Wednesday 29th May 2019

A Cohort Study for the Following up of Conization

This study is to investigate the oncologic and obstetric outcomes in patients with conization for uterine cervical lesions from January 1, 2000 to January 1, 2019 in Peking Union Medical College Hospital. The primary objectives consist of following: 1. The cumulative incidences of precancerous lesions and cancers of lower genital tract in patients who accepted conization for high grade intraepithelial neoplasia (HSIL), carcinoma in situ and stage IA1 cancer ...

Tuesday 28th May 2019

The Evaluation of the Effect of Microfluidic Sperm Sorting Chip 'Labs-on-a-chip' on IVF Success in Male Factor

Microfluidic chips are one of the methods of sperm separation to eliminate DNA fragmentation in sperm. It is thought that the separation of sperm by centrifugation in the classical gradient density (Percoll) method used in sperm separation in IVF (in vitro fertilization) laboratories leads to the increase of reactive oxygen radicals in sperm and this leads to sperm DNA fragmentation. Studies comparing Percoll and microfluidic chip method in terms of sperm, embryo quality and pr...

Wednesday 22nd May 2019

Effect of Valproate Versus Levetiracetam Monotherapy on Reproductive Functions in Epileptic Males

Background: Different antiepileptic drugs are responsible for reproductive dysfunction in male epileptic patients. The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of valproate versus levetiracetam as a monotherapy on males' sex hormones and sperm parameters in newly diagnosed epilepsy. Methods: This comparative study included 50 newly diagnosed epileptic male participants from outpatient clinic of Neurology department of Zagazig University Hospitals. All participants were subje...


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