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Table 2 Clinical outcome according to serum P values (ng/ml) on the day of ET

From: Measuring the serum progesterone level on the day of transfer can be an additional tool to maximize ongoing pregnancies in single euploid frozen blastocyst transfers

VariableQ1 (< 13.6 ng/ml) (n = 42)Q2 (13.6–24.3 ng/ml) (n = 43)Q3 (24.4–53.2 ng/ml) (n = 42)Q4 (> 53.2 ng/ml) (n = 41)p-value
Female age (years)33 (26–43)32 (27–44)34.5 (23–42)31 (28–44)0.86
BMI (kg/m2)25.1 (20.7–29.6)25.1 (17.9–32.8)23.3 (18.4–33.5)22.3 (18.4–26.4)0.211
Clinical Pregnancy Rate n (%)15/42 (35.7)34/43 (79.1)25/42 (59.5)34/41 (82.9)< 0.001*
Ongoing Pregnancy Rate n (%)11/42 (26.2)32/43 (74.4)22/42 (52.4)34/41 (82.9)< 0.001*
Miscarriage Rate n (%)4/15 (26.7)2/34 (5.9)3/25 (12)0/34 (0)0.015*
  1. *statistically significant difference; p < 0.05
  2. Values are given as the median (minimum-maximum) or number (percentage). p-values were calculated with Chi-square test and non-parametric independent samples median test
  3. *p < 0.05 for the following pairwise comparisons: Q1 vs Q2, Q1 vs Q3, Q1vs Q4
  4. ** p < 0.05 for the following pairwise comparisons: Q1 vs Q2, Q1 vs Q3, Q1vs Q4
  5. ***p < 0,05 for the following pairwise comparisons: Q1 vs Q2, Q1 vs Q4