Asim Kurjak

IVF Unit, Obstetrics and gynaecology Department, Almoosa Specialist Hospital, Saudi Arabia


  • Research   
    Study the Estradiol Add-on Benefit with Oral Ovarian Induction Medication in Subfertile Patients with PCOS or Unexplained Subfertility
    Author(s): Median Atia Alkhalaf Almamou* and Asim Kurjak

    Background: Estrogen might help when there is a decrease in estrogen quantity or increase in estrogen receptor antagonization. These effects occur when we use oral agents for ovulation induction. The use of estradiol add-on needs more research to assess its value in ovulation induction. Doppler studies might be beneficial in the management of subfertility. Methods: This study is a randomized prospective study. We recruited subfertile Patients with PCOS or unexplained subfertility from the infertility unit at Al-Moosa Specialist Hospital in eastern province in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. We randomized patients into four groups: clomiphene group, letrozole group, clomiphene with estrogen add-on group or letrozole with estrogen add-on group. We did a uterine and sub-endometrial doppler study on the hCG trigger day and on the mid-luteal phase day. We also studied endometrial thickness, p.. Read More»

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