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  • Optimizing Fertility Treatment in Women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Using the Clomiphene Citrate Fast-Track Protocol: a Randomized Controlled Trial Rochester, Minn.

    Women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) have traditionally been treated for infertility by using progestin for a withdrawal bleed (aka endometrial shedding) before clomiphene citrate (CC) is administered to induce ovulation.

    Recent evidence suggests that this approach (the traditional CC protocol) may be associated with decreased pregnancy and live birth rates, compared to the "fast track" CC protocol (in which no progestin is used).

    The investigators are performing the first randomized controlled trial to find out if skipping the use of progestin (fast track CC protocol) during fertility therapy of anovulatory PCOS women leads to improved pregnancy and live birth rates compared to the traditional CC protocol.

     

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