Hesham Ali Ammar

Departments of obstetrics and Gynecology,, Faculty of Medicine, Menoufia University, Menoufia, Egypt

  • Research   
    Pregnancy outcomes improvement using intrauterine injection of hCG before ET in ICSI cycles
    Author(s): Ahmed Tharwat Abo Dakika* and Hesham Ali Ammar

    Background: Infertility affects about one in six to seven couples globally. Although ARTs (assisted reproductive technologies) have improved, the pregnancy rate is still not sufficient. Objective: to determine the pregnancy outcomes improvement using Intrauterine Injection of hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) before ET (embryo transfer) in ICSI Cycles. Patient and methods: A total of 100 infertile women included in randomized control study which conducted at Repro fertility centre, Alexandria, Egypt, during March 2021 till April 2022, all included women were classified in to, group (I) included 50 infertile women received injection of 500 IU of intrauterine HCG 5 min before embryo transfer (ET) and group (II) included 50 infertile women who did not receive hCG. Demographic data, oocyte performance and pregnancy ra.. Read More»

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