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Type: Journal article
Title: Tubal factor infertility with prior ectopic pregnancy: a double whammy? A retrospective cohort study of 2,892 women
Author: Cai, H.
Mol, B.W.
Li, P.
Liu, X.
Watrelot, A.
Shi, J.
Citation: Fertil Steril, 2020; 113(5):1032-1038
Publisher: Elsevier
Issue Date: 2020
ISSN: 0015-0282
1556-5653
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He Cai, Ben W.Mol, Ping Li, Xitong Liu, Antoine Watrelot, Juanzi Shi
Abstract: OBJECTIVE: To investigate the impact of a history of previous naturally conceived tubal ectopic pregnancy (TEP) on subsequent IVF/intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) pregnancy and perinatal outcomes. DESIGN: Retrospective cohort study. SETTING: Reproductive medicine center in a tertiary hospital. PATIENT(S): A total of 2,892 women with tubal infertility undergoing the first fresh IVF/ICSI cycle. INTERVENTION(S): Women were stratified into three groups according to the type of previous naturally conceived pregnancy: TEP, intrauterine pregnancy (IUP), and no pregnancy. MAIN OUTCOMES MEASURE(S): Pregnancy and neonatal outcomes were analyzed for each cohort and stratified into the following categories based on female age: <30 years, 30-35 years, and ≥35 years. RESULT(S): Of the 2,892 patients with tubal factor infertility, 511 (17.7%) women had a history of TEP, 1,044 (36.1%) had prior IUP, and 1,337 (46.2%) had never been pregnant. Couples with an initial TEP tended to be younger and had experienced a shorter duration of infertility. Across the whole cohort, the optimal live birth rate decreased in older age groups. Live birth rates stratified by maternal age (<30, 30-35, ≥35 years) did not differ between the TEP group (59.9%, 53.7%, 45.5%) and the IUP (62.0%, 53.8%, 40.6%) and no pregnancy group (56.7%, 54.4%, 45.6%). This did not change after adjusting for confounders such as age and years of infertility. Previous treatment of TEP with salpingectomy, salpingostomy, or medical treatment did not significantly affect subsequent fertility outcomes. The rates of preterm and low birth weight after TEP were also not significantly higher than in women with a previous IUP. CONCLUSION(S): Fertility history, including previous TEP, does not influence the probability of live birth after IVF/ICSI in women with tubal factor infertility.
Keywords: Cohort study; in vitro fertilization; live birth; neonatal outcome; tubal ectopic pregnancy
Rights: © 2019 American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Published by Elsevier Inc.
RMID: 1000016879
DOI: 10.1016/j.fertnstert.2019.12.036
Grant ID: http://purl.org/au-research/grants/nhmrc/GNT1082548
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