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Al-Dujaily SS*, Albarzanchi SA and Abbood MS


Back ground: There are many techniques used for sex selection. Ericsson method is the well- known to isolate Y sperm from X sperm. Modifications were done in many studies to increase the percentage of gender successful rate. However, in our knowledge there were cease studies correlated between gender selection and ovulation induction programs. Objective: To examine the effect of ovulation induction programs on gender selection following intra uterine insemination (IUI) for infertile couples. Patients, Materials and Methods: One hundred of infertile couples were included in the present study. They were randomly selected from the patients conducted the High Institute for Infertility Diagnosis and Assisted Reproductive Technologies. They were divided into four groups depending on the programs of ovulation induction Protocols were used. Group one, were orally administration Clomiphene Citrate (CC)only, Group two, were used Gonadotrophin injection. Group three, were used CC and Gonadotrophin. Group four (the control) were used free medicine and depending on their natural menstrual cycle .Then IUI was accomplished and pregnancy test was done after 14 days of insemination to detect the level of human chorionic gonadotropin. The gender of the fetus was detected by an ultrasound examination from sixteen weeks gestation on ward. Results: Total pregnancy rate following (IUI) for gender selection of infertile couples in all four groups were Twenty six out of one hundred Women who have become pregnant (26.0%). The distribution of Live birth babies according to gender using the four different programs of induction ovulation was 19 male babies with a percentage of male sex selection (82.6%) while only 4 female babies were delivered with a percentage of (17.4%). Conclusions: The present study concluded that there was no effect of the programs of ovulation induction on the ratio of gender selection of infertile couple by IUI.

Keywords: Ovulation induction, IUI, Gender selection.

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