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Mahnaz Ashrafi, Ashraf Moini, Afsaneh Mohammadzadeh, Zahra Ezabadi, Fatemeh Zafarani, Ahmad Reza Baghestani,
Volume 3, Issue 1 (7-2005)

Background: Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) patients are prone to premature LH surge and ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS). Long GnRH analogue protocol and GnRH antagonist protocol are two methods utilized for induction ovulation in patients undergoing IVF/ICSI. Objective: The aim of this study was to compare the effects of GnRH agonists and antagonists in PCOS patients. Materials and Methods: A total of 60 PCOS patients under 35 years old were enrolled in this study. The patients have no history of thyroid disorder and hyperprolactinemia. All patients received OCP (LD) before starting the treatment. Then patients randomly divided into two groups. The agonist group underwent standard long GnRH analogue protocol. In antagonist group, HMG (150 IU/day) was started from third day of cycle. Then GnRH antagonist (0.25mg) was administered from 6th day after HMG initiation (LH?5 IU/ml) to the day of HCG injection. Follicular development monitored by vaginal ultra sonography and serum estradiol measurement. Results: There were no significant differences in age, duration of infertility, BMI, number of HMG ampules, number of follicles?18mm, serum estradiol level on 6th day of HMG initiation and HCG injection time, fertilization and pregnancy rate between two groups. However there were significant differences regarding duration of treatment, duration of HMG usage, LH level at the initiation of HMG, OHSS rate and number of Metaphase II oocytes between two groups (p<0.05). Conclusion: Usage of the GnRH antagonist may have more advantages such as the shorter duration of treatment and less gonadotrophin requirement. Furthermore, the incidence of OHSS can be reduced in GnRH antagonist comparing to agonist. For decreasing the risk of OHSS and abortion rate, we recommend long term use of OCP before starting the treatment
Maryam Nekoolaltak, Zohreh Keshavarz, Masoumeh Simbar, Ali Mohammad Nazari, Ahmad Reza Baghestani,
Volume 15, Issue 8 (9-2017)

Background: Woman’s orgasm plays a vital role in sexual compatibility and marital satisfaction. Orgasm in women is a learnable phenomenon that is influenced by several factors.
Objective: The aim of this study is exploring obstacles to orgasm in Iranian married women.
Materials and Methods: This qualitative study with directed content analysis approach was conducted in 2015-2016, on 20 Iranian married women who were individually interviewed at two medical clinics in Tehran, Iran.
Results: Orgasm obstacles were explored in one category, 4 subcategories, and 25 codes. The main category was “Multidimensionality of women’s orgasm obstacles”. Subcategories and some codes included: Physical obstacles (wife’s or husband’s boredom, vaginal infection, insufficient vaginal lubrication), psychological obstacles (lack of sexual knowledge, shame, lack of concentration on sex due to household and children problems), relational obstacles (husband’s hurry, having a dispute and annoyance with spouse) and contextual obstacles (Irregular sleep hours, lack of privacy and inability to separate children’s bedroom from their parents, lack of peace at home).
Conclusion: For prevention or treatment of female orgasm disorders, attention to physical factors is not enough. Obtaining a comprehensive history about physical, psychological, relational and contextual dimensions of woman’s life is necessary.

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