Title

Oocyte recovery post human follicular fluid centrifugation in modified natural cycle and achieving embryo

RIS ID

104865

Publication Details

Ferrières, A., Reyftmann, L., Pellestor, F., Hédon, B., Déchaud, H. & Hamamah, S. (2009). Oocyte recovery post human follicular fluid centrifugation in modified natural cycle and achieving embryo. Reproductive Biomedicine Online, 18 (5), 671-673.

Abstract

This case reports a successful live birth by intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) following human follicular fluid (HFF) centrifugation for oocyte retrieval in the modified natural cycle of a poor responder patient. A 37-year-old patient presenting with a severe ovarian defect underwent a modified natural cycle with HFF centrifugation prior to ICSI. As there was only one oocyte under direct binocular observation, HFF was centrifuged and a second oocyte was collected. ICSI was performed on both oocytes. Embryo quality and outcome were not compromised by HFF centrifugation. A live birth was achieved in April 2008. In a modified natural cycle, HFF centrifugation avoided loss of oocytes, optimized the IVF treatment, and achieved the development of two embryos.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S1472-6483(10)60012-0