In the ovary, there are structures known as follicles that contain the oocytes or ova. When a patient undergoes in vitro fertilisation (IVF) treatment, ovarian reserve is one of the most relevant pieces of data and it is evaluated by means of an antral follicle count (follicles that are capable of responding to hormones during stimulation cycle). This information is essential in predicting the number of oocytes we will obtain following ovarian stimulation. Following an ultrasound scan and hormone level checks, the gynaecologist decides when ovulation should be triggered in the patient. […]
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