The Clomiphene Citrate Challege Test or CCCT is a test done on a fertility patient to see how their ovaries respond to stimulation. By testing Estradiol and FSH levels it will give information about how the ovaries are responding and help determine if a fertility patient has diminished ovarian reserve, or a decrease in the overall pool of eggs and a reason for infertility.
Here is how the CCCT is done:
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Diminished Ovarian Reserve is a condition characterized by a low number of residual oocytes in the ovary, as well as impaired development of the oocytes.
It is found in younger women and usually accompanied by a higher FSH (Follicle Stimulating hormone) level than is normal for their age. This is different from age related decline in ovarian function as seen in women above 40.
Causes of diminished ovarian…Continue
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