ACRM Research Finds Fewer Multiples with Letrozole, More Pregnancies with Clomid
Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine
Dr. Jim Toner, director of third party reproduction here at Atlanta Center for Reproductive
Medicine (ACRM), recently shared ACRM's findings regarding a study
of the fertility medications, Letrozole and Clomid.
Fertility Medications Study
Researchers at the Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine (ACRM) recently
evaluated data from 16,001
Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) cycles from 2010-2013 that used the oral medications Letrozole or
Clomid. The data showed that Letrozole was associated with lower multiple
pregnancy rates for women of all age groups. In women under 38, pregnancy
rates were higher with Clomid than Letrozole, but there were also higher
multiple pregnancy rates. In women over the age of 40, pregnancy rates
were higher with Letrozole.
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