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Table 1 Clinical characteristics of the couples inadvertently exposed to GnRH-a soon after conception

From: No significant long-term complications from inadvertent exposure to gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist during early pregnancy in mothers and offspring: a retrospective analysis

Clinical parameters Couples with unexpected pregnancies associated with GnRH-a (n = 114) P value
Women with live birth (n = 65) Women without live birth (n = 49)
Female general characteristics
 Age (y) 29.02 ± 3.42 30.06 ± 3.82 0.127
 Duration of infertility (y) 3.13 ± 1.90 3.00 ± 2.49 0.749
 Primary infertility cases (%) 30 (46.15) 26 (53.06) 0.465
 BMI (kg/m2) 21.97 ± 3.20 21.04 ± 2.38 0.090
Basal serum sex hormone levels
 FSH (pmol/L) 6.94 ± 2.11 7.08 ± 1.75 0.711
 LH (pmol/L) 5.30 ± 3.15 4.84 ± 2.26 0.726
 E2 (pmol/L) 165.71 ± 133.16 173.99 ± 112.68 0.171
 T (pmol/L) 1.41 ± 1.34 1.19 ± 0.46 0.380
 PRL (pmol/L) 16.18 ± 11.53 19.31 ± 12.58 0.260
Number of antral follicles
 Right ovary 5.80 ± 2.29 5.33 ± 2.57 0.320
 Left ovary 5.46 ± 2.46 5.78 ± 2.31 0.490
Male characteristics
 Age (y) 30.85 ± 4.68 31.69 ± 4.21 0.320
 Sperm volume (ml) 3.52 ± 1.57 3.70 ± 1.59 0.542
 Sperm concentration (106/ml) 91.17 ± 81.43 70.15 ± 50.38 0.115
 Progress motility (%) 44.43 ± 17.57 42.34 ± 15.08 0.247
 Sperm abnormality rate (%) 90.33 ± 43.40 90.78 ± 43.85 0.433
  1. Annotation: BMI Body mass index, FSH Follicle stimulating hormone, LH Luteinizing hormone, E2 Estradiol, T Testosterone, PRL Prolactin