Thats not to say that these tests are useless.
‘That’s not to say that these tests are useless, but they certainly warrant further investigation,’said lead study author Anne Z. Steiner, an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at UNC. ‘Our results could mean that we get back to the drawing board and change the potential cutoff for infertility in the current tests require explore other tests altogether.
And Translational Science Awards at UNC.
Contact:. Charlotte Seidman,needdoubts about ability of tests to Predict FertilityThe method used to assess infertility in at-home tests may not be the best to identify which women have difficulty getting pregnant, according to new research from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine.. Have shown levels of FSH, the timing menopause and the probability of conceiving following assisted reproductive technology to predict, but it is not clear whether they can also predict natural fertility in the general population. (more…)