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Investigation of the 61 Cases with Korean Medical Therapy (KMT) after in Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
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Investigation of the 61 Cases with Korean Medical Therapy (KMT) after in Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
Bae, Sang-Jin; Jung, So-Youn; Lee, Sang-He; Kim, Hyung-Jun; Lee, Dong-Nyun;
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 Abstract
Objectives : This study was performed to investigate the efficacy of Korean Medical Therapy (KMT) for patients undergoing In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). Methods : We analysed clinical data of 61 patients who visited for KMT after IVF from January 2013 to December 2013. Results : 1. Above 2years (63.9%) was the most prevalent duration of infertility. 2. The mean age of patients was 36.0 years old. The most prevalent age was 31~35 (45.9%) and 36~49 (27.9%) was next. 3. Anjonicheon-tang was the most prevalent KMT prescription, followed by Sutae-hwan, Jogyeongjongok-tang . 4. Twenty seven patients (44.3%) succeeded in pregnancy. And twenty patients (32.8%) succeeded in delivery. 5. The average duration of KMT was 73.8 days. Pregnancy success group was treated for 78.1 days, and pregnancy fail group was treated for 57.0 days. As a result, pregnancy success group was more treated than pregnancy fail group by 21.1 days in KMT. Conclusions This study suggested that KMT affects improvement of the clinical pregnancy and delivery rate in IVF.
 Keywords
Infertility;IVF;Korean Medicall therapy;
 Language
Korean
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