Prospective longitudinal cohort study on cumulative 5-year delivery and adoption rates among 1338 couples initiating infertility treatment

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Prospective longitudinal cohort study on cumulative 5-year delivery and adoption rates among 1338 couples initiating infertility treatment. / Pinborg, A; Hougaard, C O; Andersen, A Nyboe; Molbo, D; Schmidt, L.

In: Human Reproduction, Vol. 24, No. 4, 01.04.2009, p. 991-9.

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Pinborg, A, Hougaard, CO, Andersen, AN, Molbo, D & Schmidt, L 2009, 'Prospective longitudinal cohort study on cumulative 5-year delivery and adoption rates among 1338 couples initiating infertility treatment', Human Reproduction, vol. 24, no. 4, pp. 991-9. https://doi.org/10.1093/humrep/den463

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Pinborg, A., Hougaard, C. O., Andersen, A. N., Molbo, D., & Schmidt, L. (2009). Prospective longitudinal cohort study on cumulative 5-year delivery and adoption rates among 1338 couples initiating infertility treatment. Human Reproduction, 24(4), 991-9. https://doi.org/10.1093/humrep/den463

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Pinborg A, Hougaard CO, Andersen AN, Molbo D, Schmidt L. Prospective longitudinal cohort study on cumulative 5-year delivery and adoption rates among 1338 couples initiating infertility treatment. Human Reproduction. 2009 Apr 1;24(4):991-9. https://doi.org/10.1093/humrep/den463

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Pinborg, A ; Hougaard, C O ; Andersen, A Nyboe ; Molbo, D ; Schmidt, L. / Prospective longitudinal cohort study on cumulative 5-year delivery and adoption rates among 1338 couples initiating infertility treatment. In: Human Reproduction. 2009 ; Vol. 24, No. 4. pp. 991-9.

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abstract = "BACKGROUND The objective was to assess crude 5-year delivery rates after assisted reproductive technology (ART) treatment, intrauterine inseminations (IUI), spontaneous conceptions (SC) and adoptions in a large infertile cohort. METHODS A prospective longitudinal survey comprised 1338 infertile couples starting public infertility programmes offering IUIs and three free ART cycles during 2000-2001. The cohort was cross-linked with the National Medical Birth Register to obtain delivery rates for all 1338 couples. More detailed data were available from 817 women responding to a 5-year follow-up questionnaire (response rate 74.7{\%}). Fifty-seven percent (466/817) of the couples had received treatment prior to inclusion in the study with an average of 4.1+/-2.8 infertility treatments before referral. RESULTS Of the 1338 couples, 69.4{\%} had at least one delivery within 5-years of follow-up. For women <35 years 74.9{\%} had delivered compared with 52.2{\%} of those aged >/=35 years. The mean number of children was 1.6, and 52.1{\%} had more than one child. Of the 817 women who provided questionnaire data, 18.2{\%} (149/817) delivered after SC, two-thirds of these after a previous ART delivery. Adoption of a child occurred for 5.9{\%} (48/817) of the women. Positive prognostic factors for delivery were male infertility, female age <35 years, <3 years of infertility and less than three previous treatment cycles. CONCLUSIONS A crude delivery rate of 69.4{\%} in the total population 5 years after referral to tertiary hospital centres with 6.6{\%} deliveries after SC in the subpopulation responding to the questionnaire indicates a high efficacy of modern infertility treatments.",
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N2 - BACKGROUND The objective was to assess crude 5-year delivery rates after assisted reproductive technology (ART) treatment, intrauterine inseminations (IUI), spontaneous conceptions (SC) and adoptions in a large infertile cohort. METHODS A prospective longitudinal survey comprised 1338 infertile couples starting public infertility programmes offering IUIs and three free ART cycles during 2000-2001. The cohort was cross-linked with the National Medical Birth Register to obtain delivery rates for all 1338 couples. More detailed data were available from 817 women responding to a 5-year follow-up questionnaire (response rate 74.7%). Fifty-seven percent (466/817) of the couples had received treatment prior to inclusion in the study with an average of 4.1+/-2.8 infertility treatments before referral. RESULTS Of the 1338 couples, 69.4% had at least one delivery within 5-years of follow-up. For women <35 years 74.9% had delivered compared with 52.2% of those aged >/=35 years. The mean number of children was 1.6, and 52.1% had more than one child. Of the 817 women who provided questionnaire data, 18.2% (149/817) delivered after SC, two-thirds of these after a previous ART delivery. Adoption of a child occurred for 5.9% (48/817) of the women. Positive prognostic factors for delivery were male infertility, female age <35 years, <3 years of infertility and less than three previous treatment cycles. CONCLUSIONS A crude delivery rate of 69.4% in the total population 5 years after referral to tertiary hospital centres with 6.6% deliveries after SC in the subpopulation responding to the questionnaire indicates a high efficacy of modern infertility treatments.

AB - BACKGROUND The objective was to assess crude 5-year delivery rates after assisted reproductive technology (ART) treatment, intrauterine inseminations (IUI), spontaneous conceptions (SC) and adoptions in a large infertile cohort. METHODS A prospective longitudinal survey comprised 1338 infertile couples starting public infertility programmes offering IUIs and three free ART cycles during 2000-2001. The cohort was cross-linked with the National Medical Birth Register to obtain delivery rates for all 1338 couples. More detailed data were available from 817 women responding to a 5-year follow-up questionnaire (response rate 74.7%). Fifty-seven percent (466/817) of the couples had received treatment prior to inclusion in the study with an average of 4.1+/-2.8 infertility treatments before referral. RESULTS Of the 1338 couples, 69.4% had at least one delivery within 5-years of follow-up. For women <35 years 74.9% had delivered compared with 52.2% of those aged >/=35 years. The mean number of children was 1.6, and 52.1% had more than one child. Of the 817 women who provided questionnaire data, 18.2% (149/817) delivered after SC, two-thirds of these after a previous ART delivery. Adoption of a child occurred for 5.9% (48/817) of the women. Positive prognostic factors for delivery were male infertility, female age <35 years, <3 years of infertility and less than three previous treatment cycles. CONCLUSIONS A crude delivery rate of 69.4% in the total population 5 years after referral to tertiary hospital centres with 6.6% deliveries after SC in the subpopulation responding to the questionnaire indicates a high efficacy of modern infertility treatments.

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