They include ovulation induction and cycle monitoring, in-vitro fertilisation, intra-uterine insemination, surgical sperm recovery, sperm and oocytes storage, and pre-implantation genetic screening and diagnosis.
What does OI stand for?
OI stands for Ovulation Induction (fertility treatment)
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We have 18 other meanings of OI in our Acronym Attic
- Orphans International
- Osmose Inverse (French: Reverse Osmosis)
- Osteogenesis Imperfecta (brittle bone bisease)
- Other Insurance
- Other Investigation (US IRS)
- Outline of Investigation
- Output Isolation
- Outreach International, Inc. (Independence, MO)
- Outside in (Frisbee throw)
- Outside Information
- Owens-Illinois, Inc. (glass container and plastics manufacturer)
- Oxfam International (UK)
- Oxygen Index
- Office of Information & Technology (various locations)
- Office of Information - Navy
- O Instituto Ambiental (Portuguese: The Environmental Institute)
- Oahu Interscholastic Association
- Oceanic Industries Association
- Office of Imagery Analysis (CIA)
- Office of Indian Affairs
Samples in periodicals archive:
Obesity, especially centred in the abdomen, among infertile women seeking pregnancy is also associated with poor response to ovulation induction and with decreased pregnancy rates," he said.
Egypt) bring together reproductive specialists from North America, Europe, Australia, and Egypt for 23 chapters on basic and advanced aspects of ovarian stimulation for women undergoing ovulation induction and assisted reproduction.
Using the Danish National Birth Cohort (1997-2003), the study compared children born after 0-2 months of waiting time to pregnancy (n=35,848) with those born after a rime to pregnancy of 3-5 months (n=15,361), 6-12 months (n=11,528) and > 12 months (n=7,387), as well as those born after 1VF/ICSI (n=3,617), ovulation induction with or without intrautetine insemination (n=3,000), and unplanned pregnancies (n= 13,462).
00 Paperback RG134 While in-vitro fertilization receives more attention in discussions of infertility treatment, far more couples achieve pregnancies with the techniques of ovulation induction or combined ovarian stimulation and intrauterine insemination, which further have the advantage of being able to be performed in almost any office or clinic.
Review of data about women who conceived after ovulation induction over the last 2 decades showed high rate of miscarriages with live birth rate of 61%.