The medical and embryology teams at Austin Fertility & Reproductive Medicine/Westlake IVF, in a collaborative study with the medical and embryology teams at The University of Wisconsin – Madison Generations Fertility Care, presented research at the 71st annual American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) meeting in Baltimore on October 20th.
“Our research showed that AMH predicts the probability of supernumerary blastocyst stage embryos for cryopreservation,” states Dr. Shahryar Kavoussi. “Our presentation at the ASRM meeting has been peer-reviewed and published in journal Fertility & Sterility as well. The findings of our study are of practical value to clinicians and patients”. This study showed that low AMH levels predict a lower likelihood of blastocysts for cryopreservation as compared with higher AMH levels.

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