Randomized Control Trial of Natural Antioxidant and/or Androgen Supplementation Prior to Infertility Treatment
April 15, 2013
CCRM is conducting a randomized control trial of natural antioxidant and/or androgen supplementation prior to infertility treatment.
The aim of this study is to improve ovarian function for women with diminished ovarian reserve prior to infertility treatment.
Investigations at the National Foundation for Fertility Research using an animal model have shown significant improvements in ovarian function using the exclusive highly active natural antioxidant prior to in vivo and in vitro conception.
Patients must meet all of the requirements for participation in the IVF program at CCRM.
Patients will also need to have:
- Previous blastocyst CCS cycle failure (includes all aneuploid or no biopsy cycle)
- Maternal age ≤ 42 years at time of retrieval
- Sufficient sperm for ICSI (≥20 million/ml, ≥20% motility & ≥2% morph)
- Planning a repeat CCS cycle
- Diminished ovarian reserve of; resting follicle count <10, AMH <1.2ng/ml or ≤4 oocytes retrieved in a prior IVF cycle
Additional screening will be conducted to determine if you are eligible to participate. Women who qualify and participate in the study will receive the exclusive natural antioxidant and/or androgen supplementation at no charge. The first 20 qualified applicants are eligible to receive a $7,500 discount to help cover the FLC fees for the IVF/CCS cycle.
For more information, call (303) 788-8300 and ask for Jaime Huebner or Rachel Makloski or email email@example.com
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