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Fertility and Sterility On Air – TOC: May 2022

Take a sneak peak at this month's Fertility and Sterility! Topics this month include risk of ovarian cancer after BSO in women with endometriosis (1:14); infertility care during public health crises (11:53); effectiveness and safety of IUI (21:54); COVID-19 immunity on FET outcomes (33:18); effect of unilateral oopherectomy on IVF outcomes (39:30); genetic abnormalities in couples with recurrent pregnancy loss (45:13); steroid biosynthesis in poor responders (51:15); and route of myomectomy and fertility outcomes (58:32).

View the May 2022 issue of Fertility and Sterility, Volume 117, No. 5 at https://www.fertstert.org/issue/S0015-0282(21)X0019-2 

SART Fertility Experts - Gestational Carrier and Intended Parents

Some fertility patients are unable to carry a pregnancy to term.  For a variety of reasons, they may choose a gestational carrier, a woman who carries the intended parent’s embryo in their uterus until delivery.  In this episode, both the intended parents and gestational carrier share their experiences with Dr. William Petok, a reproductive psychologist.

Fertility and Sterility On Air - Unplugged: April 2022

In this month's Fertility and Sterility: Unplugged, we take a look at articles from each of F&S's sister journals! Topics this month are: use of follicular phase estradiol for programming donor oocyte cycles (1:34), evaluating models to predict prognosis in recurrent pregnancy loss (12:03), and two studies about the cyclic fertilin peptide, which can improve blastocyst formation (20:03).

Fertility and Sterility On Air - TOC: April 2022

Take a sneak peak at this month's Fertility & Sterility! Topics this month include evaluting telehealth a valuable resource in REI (2:25), the Rotterdam criteria (6:34), impact of THC on testicular volume and male reproductive health in rhesus macaques (8:52), Lessons learned after pandemic & use of ART for sex selection for non-medical reasons (13:13), machine learning for euploid predication (22:47), follicular activation for DOR (34:05), placental pathology from ART conceived infants (40:38), optimal endometrial thickness in fresh and frozen IVF cycles (50:05), fresh embryo transfer following in-vitro semination in fresh vs cryopreserved anonymous donor oocytes (1:00:57) and uterine fibroids and AMH concentrations in African-American women (1:07:51).

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