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Table 3

Table 3:
Characteristics of cycles and their outcomes.
 
 

Centres

No. of cycles

 

No. of cycles with identification of

 

No. of cycles with
at least one coition
in the window***

 

No. of detected
pregnancies
(% of cycles)

 

No. of miscarriages
(% of pregnancies)

BBT reference day
(% of cycles*)
  Mucus reference day
(% of cycles**)
 

Verona

1279   1133 (97.9)   1246 (98.3)   827   171 (13.4)   11 (6.4)

Milan

3288   2840 (95.4)   3051 (95.8)   1351   151 (4.6)   20 (13.2)

Lugano

57   56 (98.2)   57 (100)   48   13 (22.8)   0 (0)

Paris

787   680 (95.8)   576 (74.0)   340   63 (8.0)   5 (7.9)

Düsseldorf

654   615 (97.8)   650 (99.4)   257   41 (6.3)   3 (7.3)

London

320   250 (95.8)   272 (96.1)   181   30 (9.4)   5 (16.7)

Brussels

339   286 (99.0)   314 (95.2)   171   18 (5.3)   3 (16.7)

Total European centres

6724   5860 (96.4)   6166 (94.1)   3175   487 (7.2)   47 (9.7)
                       

Auckland

293   238 (94.8)   285 (97.3)   215   88 (30.0)   2 (2.3)
 

* The percentage is the proportion of cycles with the identified rise in the BBT over the cycles with enough information on the BBT
** The percentage is the proportion of cycles with the identified peak of the mucus over the cycles with enough information on the mucus
*** Window around the last day of hypothermia

 

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Daily Fecundability: First Results from a New Data Base
Bernardo Colombo, Guido Masarotto
© 2000 Max-Planck-Gesellschaft ISSN 1435-9871
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