This study is not affiliated with PCOS Challenge, Inc.
The announcement below is being provided for informational purposes only.
CCRM Fertility Study Seeking People with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) in Colorado Area*
Most Services Covered*
See Below for Details and Eligibility Criteria
CCRM Fertility’s In Vitro Maturation (IVM) Clinical Study
A patient takes hormones for only a few days and the eggs are retrieved in an immature state and then grown to maturity in the lab. Once the eggs are mature, the process is identical to a typical IVF cycle.
Benefits of IVM
- IVM dramatically reduces the number of injections the patients must receive
- Reduces the side effects often present with hormone treatment
- Virtually eliminates the risk of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome
- IVM is beneficial for individuals with PCOS who are at greater risk of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome
IVM Study Criteria
- 18-38 years old
- Diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) or polycystic ovaries, or infertile women with good ovarian reserve
- Have an antral follicle count (AFC) of 25 or greater
- AMH > 3.5 ng/ml
- Body Mass Index (BMI) <35
- Agree to have embryos biopsied for preimplantation genetic testing for aneuploidies (PGT-A
- Intend to perform embryo transfer within 4 months after completing the IVM cycle
- Paternal (or donor) age <45, ejaculated sperm collection only (partner frozen and donor sperm acceptable), sperm morphology (strict criteria) >1%, motility > 20% and sperm count > 10 million per ml (so samples can be prepared through standard procedure)
- Patients may not have had more than two failed IVF cycles in the past
IVM Study Participation
- All participants must undergo a full fertility work-up at CCRM Fertility’s Lone Tree, Colorado clinic to determine if they qualify for the study.
- *Most treatment costs associated with the study will be covered by CCRM fertility, including a new patient consultation, fertility testing, IVM cycle, PGT-A, anesthesia, 1 frozen embryo transfer, and some medication. Additional frozen embryo transfers and some medications may not be covered.
- If accepted into the study, treatment will also take place at the Lone Tree clinic.
CCRM Fertility’s Lone Tree, Colorado clinic
10290 RidgeGate Circle
Lone Tree, CO 80124
Telephone: (303) 788-8300
Rachel Makloski, Lead Researcher
(303) 788-8300 ext. 1769 or email
Where to Go For Further Information
To learn more, visit: ccrmivf.com/in-vitro-maturation-study
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