Incubating Washed Spermatozoa at 37°C Rather Than Keeping at Room Temperature (20°C) Until Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) Time Results in Higher Pregnancy Rate

      To evaluate the effect of post-wash temperature (37°C vs. 20°C) on IUI pregnancy within clomiphene citrate (CC) or hMG treatments, using partner’s fresh sperm (PS) or donor frozen-thawed sperm (DS).
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