Embryo transfer window and luteo-placental shift in donor egg program

CR Tzeng, FC Chen, SR Chang, YF Cheng

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Abstract

Premature ovarian failure(POF) affects 1-3% of the general population. Once regarded as hopelessly sterile, these women can become pregnant through an oocyte donation program by use of assisted reproductive technologies like in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer ( IVF/ET), gamete intrafallopain transfer (GIFT), or transtubal embryo transfer (TET). Eleven non-surgical transfers of donor ooctes producting successful pregnancies had been reported. However, issues like receptivity endometrium, window of transfer, and timing of luteo-placental shift remained controversial.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationImplantation and Early Pregnancy in Humans
Pages95-106
Number of pages12
Publication statusPublished - 1993

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Tzeng, CR., Chen, FC., Chang, SR., & Cheng, YF. (1993). Embryo transfer window and luteo-placental shift in donor egg program. In Implantation and Early Pregnancy in Humans (pp. 95-106)