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Preparation for IVF. Ian Cooke Emeritus Professor University of Sheffield Director of Education International Federation of Fertility Societies. Precongress seminars XIХ International conference of RAHR “Reproductive technologies today and tomorrow” September , 10-12, 2009
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Readiness for IVF Ian Cooke Emeritus Professor University of Sheffield Director of Education International Federation of Fertility Societies Precongress classes XIХ International meeting of RAHR "Conceptive advances today and tomorrow" September , 10-12, 2009 Irkutsk, Siberia

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Preparation for IVF  Of the patients  Of staff and offices  Of association Review of U.K. barrenness Guideline algorithm (2004, however substantial) Emphasis on process prompting IVF

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U.K. National Guideline created by a multidisciplinary bunch: Stages 1. Handle distributed 2. Draft planned 3. Proficient consultation with interested bodies 4.Modification 5. Last production

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Background The Guideline was delivered for the NHS on account of the wide variety in and constrained access to NHS treatment. It secured another audit of the exploration prove. The National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) Guideline was "to offer best practice exhortation on the care of individuals in the regenerative age gather who see that they have issues in considering" (Feb.2004) Based on the Management of Infertility ( RCOG ,1998-2000) : initial ( essential ) examination and administration, administration in auxiliary care and management in tertiary care. The full Guideline (CG11, 500pp. with refs) "Ripeness appraisal and treatment for individuals with fruitfulness issues" is accessible (as a 1.21Mb record) at:

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Grades of Evidence

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Algorithm for evaluation and treatment for individuals with richness issues (NICE) Definition of barrenness - 2 years Initial exhortation to individuals worried about origination Early examination -history of inclining components -lady\'s age ≥ 35y -HIV status -hepatitis B & C People get ready for malignancy treatment (oocyte cryopreservation) Principles of care -Couple focused administration -Access to prove based data (verbal and composed) -Counseling from somebody not specifically included in administration of the couple\'s fruitlessness -Contact with ripeness care groups -Specialist groups

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Initial exhortation - 1  Cumulative likelihood of pregnancy in the overall public  Fertility decreases with a lady\'s age Lifestyle exhortation  Preconceptual counsel - folic corrosive, rubella, cervical screening

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Initial Advice - 2 Intercourse no less than each 2-3 days C Alcohol not >2-3U/day (F) D not >3-4 U/day (M) GPP overabundance liquor is impeding to semen quality B Smoking may diminish richness in females , allude to suspension programme A Smoking in guys : no connection, yet halting will enhance general wellbeing GPP Passive smoking may lessen richness B No predictable proof about charged drinks (tea, coffee, cola) B BMI ≥30 (F), if anovulatory, get thinner, ideally in a group A BMI ≥30 (M) is probably going to be connected with decreased fruitfulness C BMI <18 with sporadic menses ought to put on weight B

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Clinical examination and administration methodology for the male Semen investigation (WHO) If unusual If ordinary, see female/unexplained barrenness Hypogonadotrophic hypogonadism: Gonadotrophins Obstructive azoospermia: Surgery Sperm recuperation Mild male element richness issues: Unstimulated IUI x 6 cycles Varicocele(s): NO Surgery Failure of IUI IVF Ejaculatory disappointment : Drug treatment Sperm recuperation IVF

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Assessment of ovulation Day 21 Serum progesterone (might be later) Serum gonadotrophins, FSH and LH No prolactin, unless galactorrhoea or pituitary tumor No inhibin B; no thyroid capacity tests unless manifestations of thyroid insufficiency No endometrial biopsy

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Irregular ovulation WHO Group I - gonadotrophins with LH action -pulsatile LH WHO Group II - for the most part PCOS Clomiphene - if anovulatory on clomiphene, hMG or uFSH or rFSH with ultrasound monitoring Hyperprolactinaemia - bromocriptine

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Tests for tubal impediment Semen examination and ovulation information ought to be known Screen for Chlamydia trachomatis before uterine examination or prophylactic antibiotics HSG or Hysterosalpingo-differentiate ultrasonography if no history of endometriosis or pelvic fiery disease or ectopic Laparoscopy and color if history of co-grimness

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Female Consider: If impediment , -IVF -tubal surgery if mellow sickness -tubal catheterisation or cannulation if proximal impediment If negligible/gentle endometriosis -Surgical removal or resection and adhesiolysis at laparoscopy -If no pregnancy -Stimulated IUI for 6 cycles with ultrasound checking with danger of OHSS and various pregnancy If direct/extreme endometriosis -surgery Endometriomas -laparoscopic surgery

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Unexplained barrenness If typical: Unexplained barrenness (typical semen examination, no ovulation disorders, no tubal impediment) clomiphene citrate unstimulated intrauterine insemination (IUI) Fallopian tube sperm perfusion

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Factors influencing result of IVF Salpingectomy before IVF for ladies with hydrosalpinges Optimal age 23-39 years Increased accomplishment with past pregnancy and/or live birth Ideal Body Mass Index is 19-30 Increased accomplishment with low liquor/caffeine intake Increased achievement in non-smokers Consistent result for initial 3 cycles of treatment , viability after 3 cycles is uncertain

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IVF If no pregnancy with oligozoospermia, reciprocal tubal impediment or 3 years\' barrenness and the lady is matured 23-39 years: present to 3 cycles of IVF Additional standards of care : Access to prove based data (verbal and composed) on dangers/ramifications of helped origination, including strength of coming about kids; hereditary advising; thought of welfare of the tyke

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Procedures in IVF treatment - 1 Offer screening - HIV, hepatitis B, C, expert referral if constructive Ovulatory incitement - No common cycle -GnRH agonist down control or agonist with gonadotrophins to diminish cost -No rivals , no Growth hormone -Monitor follicular improvement with ultrasound: have a convention to oversee OHSS -Oocyte development with hCG -Oocyte recovery: offer cognizant sedation -No follicle flushing , no helped bring forth

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Procedures in IVF treatment - 2 Embryo exchange - Not >2 moved in any one cycle -Offer cryostorage if >2 incipient organisms -Frozen fetuses to be exchanged before further stimulated cycle -Ultrasound guided fetus exchange on day 2 or 3, or day 5 or 6 Luteal support - progesterone

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Management alternatives with IVF or different types of ART - 1 ICSI -Severe semen abandons, azoospermia -Poor IVF treatment reaction -Screen by karyotype Donor insemination -Azoospermia -Genetic ailment in male accomplice -Severe rhesus isoimmunisation -Severe semen deserts For female: -Confirm ovulation, HSG if no pregnancy after 3 cycles

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Management choices with IVF or different types of ART - 2 Oocyte gift -Premature ovarian disappointment -Gonadal dysgenesis including Turner disorder -Bilateral oophorectomy -Ovarian disappointment taking after chemo-or radio-treatment -Some instances of IVF treatment disappointment -Gene issue transmission to posterity -Screen givers -Risks of ovarian incitement and egg accumulation Egg sharing - directing

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Key needs in barrenness administration (3/6) preceding IVF Assessing tubal impediment and uterine variations from the norm Screen for Chlamydia before uterine instrumentation B ( A key need ) If constructive, treat and allude the sexual accomplice for screening C Consider prophylactic anti-infection agents before uterine instrumentation if not screened GPP If no co-morbidities (pelvic incendiary ailment, past ectopic, endometriosis) offer HSG (hysterosalpingogram [or hysterosalpingo- contrast-sonography] A) to screen for tubal impediment B (A key priority) If co-morbidities, offer laparoscopy B Hysteroscopy ought to be clinically demonstrated and not utilized routinely. Treatment of uterine oddities is not unmistakably connected to fruitfulness B Do not utilize routine post-coital testing of cervical bodily fluid as it has no predictive esteem for pregnancy rate A

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Intrauterine insemination Mild male variable, unexplained fruitlessness and mild to direct endometriosis ought to have 6 cycles of IUI An (A key need) It ought to be unstimulated IUI in male component and unexplained barrenness A Use empowered IUI for mellow to direct endometriosis A Use single insemination (An) and Fallopian tube perfusion A

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Standards of Care (BFS/RCOG)

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Secondary Care Initial examinations Pelvic appraisal Patient decision of administration Support administrations Ovulation enlistment Unexplained barrenness Endometriosis Tertiary Care Location of Services Organizational and management obligation Quality administration Resource administration Assisted origination administrations Gamete gift Evaluation and change Continuing expert development BFS/RCOG Standards of Care Summary And so on… through auxiliary and tertiary care; additionally giving auditable measures to the Clinic, the Andrology lab and the Assisted Reproduction center

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CONCLUSION A lot of planning is required before IVF can be executed: -concurred conventions -educated staff -patients arranged truly and emotionally -Efficient, mindful association

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