Session 1: Primary investigation of the infertile couple
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Which couple has the best chance for getting pregnant following one ICSI treatment ?
Husband 45 years old, women 37 years old
Husband 37 years old, women 23 years old
Husband 30 years old, women 30 years old
Husband 22 years old, women 30 years old
Which type of blood test is not relevant during primary investigation of the infertile women.
FSH/LH on day 3 in the cycle
S-progesterone on day 21 in the cycle
Rubella antibodies in blood
Which of these statement is not related to IVF-treatments.
Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome
Bleeding after oocyte pick-up
Increased abortion rate
What is the correct number of clinical pregnancies produced by IVF/ICSI in 2001?
Which statement is incorrect regarding infertile couple admitted to an IVF Clinic?
2/3 of all admitted couples suffer from both a male and a female factor
1/3 of all admitted couples suffer from both a male and a female factor
Approximately 50% of all cases in a routine IVF Unit in Denmark are admitted due to a male factor
Approximately 25-30% of all pregnancies produced following IVF/ICSI are multiple gestations
What is the most common and correct treatment schedule for a couple suffering from unexplained infertility?
IUI 3 to 6 times and then IVF if not pregnant
IVF treatment immediately
How many IVF/ICSI cycles was performed in Denmark in 1999?
What is not included in the investigation and counselling of a couple suffering from a severe male factor i.e. less than 3 mill/ml sperm?
Taking a karyotype
Screening for testicular cancer
What is the probability for a couple to achieve a pregnancy within 4 IVF treatment , when the female partners age is less than 35 years of age, nor sactosalpings suffering from a tubal factor?
Which one of the following blood tests is not relevant for a women with regular menstrual cycles of 28 days?
FSH/LH on day 3
Progesterone on day 21
Which of the following investigations should be performed before entering a simple IUI program?
Which statement is best related to recurrent early abortions (abortion habitualis)?
This type of patient is best treated by ICSI
This type of patients is best treated by IUI and luteal support
None of the above statements
What is the best advise to the following situation: A 25 years of age women with known past history of a perforated appendicitis and a sever peritonitis during puberty , and no male factor in the history?
Wait 1 year before any investigations is initiated
Start and IUI treatment
Rule out any peritoneal or tubal factor first i.e. a HSG immediately
Which factor has the greatest impact on decreasing the pregnancy rate following any ART treatment ?
The lowest number of sperms per ml in a sample
The increasing age of the female partner
None of these statements
Women having a body mass index of 31 should be advised as following?
She should loose 30% of her weight before entering any ART treatments
She should at least loose 10% of her body weight before entering any ART treatment
She should be advised to start treatment regardless of her body weight
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