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Clinical outcomes of ovarian stimulation with follitropin delta in a mixed regimen with HP-hMG: a real-world retrospective analysise.

INTRODUCTION: Optimising controlled ovarian stimulation (COS) procedures for in vitro fertilisation (IVF) requires an assessment of the patients' medical history, ovarian reserve, prognostic factors and resources to personalise the treatment plan. Treatment personalisation in IVF is increasingly recognised as being vital in providing a balance of efficacy and safety for patients undergoing the COS procedure. In this study, we aimed to assess the efficacy of an ovarian stimulation protocol employing a personalised dosing algorithm for a novel recombinant FSH (rFSH) derived from a human cell-line - follitropin delta, in a mixed gonadotrophin regimen with human menotrophin (HP-HMG). The main outcome of interest in this study is clinical pregnancy rate (CPR) per embryo transfer cycle.

MATERIALS AND METHODS: In this single-centre, retrospective, non-interventional study of 20 infertility patients, each individual was provided with a personalised COS regimen based on her ovarian reserve biomarker-serum anti- Mullerian hormone (AMH) and body weight, in a gonadotrophin-receptor hormone (GnRH) antagonist protocol. Personalised dosing of follitropin delta was coadministered with 75 IU of HP-hMG during the COS duration until the final oocyte maturation trigger injection. Ovarian response, pregnancy and safety outcomes resulting from this procedure were assessed and reported here.

RESULTS: Following a mean COS duration of 11 days and 50% of patients who underwent frozen embryo transfers, the CPR per started cycle was 70%. The observed CPR from this study was higher than that reported in the follitropin delta Phase 3 studies using rFSH monotherapy stimulation, and additionally showed no incidents of cycle cancellations and no iatrogenic safety risks such as ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome.

CONCLUSION: The present study provides a first glimpse into the favourable benefit: risk profile of a mixed protocol regimen using follitropin delta combined with HP-hMG in a cohort of Asian patients in Malaysia.

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