Hello and welcome to this NEJM discussion. My name is Phillip Romanski and I will be the lead moderator for this discussion. This article was a prospective trial comparing fresh day 3 embryo transfers to cryopreserved embryo transfers in 1508 infertile women with PCOS. The authors found that that the group randomized to frozen embryo transfer had a significantly higher frequency of live birth and lower frequency of pregnancy loss and ovarian hyper stimulation syndrome (OHSS). The frozen embryo group also had a higher rate of pre-eclampsia.
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