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Higher body weight is associated with lower concentrations of progesterone and estrogen in early pregnancy following in vitro fertilization

Authors: Edward B Nguyen (University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa) , Rachel B Mejia (University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa) , Karen M Summers (University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa) , Patrick Ten Eyck (University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa) , Amy E.T. Sparks (University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa) , Bradley J Van Voorhis (University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa)

  • Higher body weight is associated with lower concentrations of progesterone and estrogen in early pregnancy following in vitro fertilization

    Extended Abstract

    Higher body weight is associated with lower concentrations of progesterone and estrogen in early pregnancy following in vitro fertilization

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Abstract

To evaluate if body weight impacts progesterone and estradiol concentration levels in early pregnancy in women conceiving following single embryo transfer.

Keywords: Progesterone, estradiol, weight, obesity, IVF

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Nguyen, E. B. & Mejia, R. B. & Summers, K. M. & Ten Eyck, P. & Sparks, A. E. & Van Voorhis, B. J., (2018) “Higher body weight is associated with lower concentrations of progesterone and estrogen in early pregnancy following in vitro fertilization”, Proceedings in Obstetrics and Gynecology 8(3), 1-2. doi: https://doi.org/10.17077/2154-4751.1444

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01 Dec 2018
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