18 anovulatory, oligomenorrhic-mildly-hyperprolactinemic women who failed to respond to clomiphene citrate (CC) and bromocriptine alone, were treated with a combined regimen of CC and bromocriptine. 16 of these patients (89%) ovulated and 8 (44%) conceived during 3-4 treatment cycles. 5 of these pregnancies terminated with single live births and 3 with first trimester abortions. It is concluded that combined clomid-bromocriptine treatment can be used as an effective alternative to HMG-HCG therapy in this group of cases.
|Number of pages||11|
|State||Published - 1980|