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Ovulatory dysfunction is identified in 15% of all infertile couples and it accounts for 40% of female infertility. Ovulatory dysfunction may be more subtle in women with regular menses. Detecting the day of ovulation is necessary for optimizing natural conception, diagnosis of cycle disturbances and also timing for embryo transfer in natural cycle frozen-thawed embryo transfers. In order to diagnose ovulatory dysfunction, ovulation physiology and change of reproductive hormones during the menstrual cycle should be understood. In the present study we aimed to evaluate serial serum hormonal cut-off levels referenced to ovulation in subfertile women with regular menses.

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NCT number NCT05211583
Study type Observational
Source Acibadem University
Contact Turgut Aydin
Phone +905323722713
Status Recruiting
Start date December 10, 2021
Completion date April 2022

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