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A counterintuitive lesson in family planning? Patience first: taking a “gap year” after live birth from assisted reproductive technology before frozen embryo transfer is performed

A counterintuitive lesson in family planning? Patience first: taking a “gap year” after live birth from assisted reproductive technology before frozen embryo transfer is performed
Many women and couples undergoing assisted reproductive technology (ART) treatment are in a hurry. They are often painfully aware of their “biological clocks,” as many of these patients are in their mid to late thirties and may also desire more than one child. Many may have waited for months, and sometimes years, before seeking fertility care (1). Perhaps others have experienced months more of additional delay in the form of previous unsuccessful fertility treatments (i.e., clomiphene citrate, letrozole, gonadotropins with and without IUI) before their first ART attempt.
Source: fertstert.org

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