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Nationwide Survey Shows Infertility Patients Prefer ENDOMETRIN(R) Compared With Other Progesterone Supplements
Date:9/17/2008

oing infertility treatment, 84 percent would request it for their

next treatment cycle, and 93 percent found the dosing regimen easy to

fit into their daily routine. When asked to describe it in three words,

the most common were: "easy, convenient, painless and

comfortable."

-- The vast majority found the vaginal inserts more convenient (87

percent), comfortable (89 percent), and easier to administer (95

percent) compared with injections, taken by 154 respondents. Of the

women who needed a partner to administer the shots, most (65 percent)

said their partner felt anxious about it.

-- Of the 62 women who used the capsules administered vaginally, most said

ENDOMETRIN was more convenient (74 percent), comfortable (nearly 70

percent), and easier to administer (83 percent).

-- Patients found suppositories, made by the pharmacy, awkward to

administer without an applicator. Of the 83 women who used them, nearly

90 percent said they melted or leaked, and more than half said they

caused irritation.

-- Nearly 80 percent of the 26 gel users said gel created build-up, nearly

50 percent found gel messy to administer and more than one-third said it

caused irritation.

-- While 20 of the 40 women who used the oral form preferred the

administration convenience of ENDOMETRIN and 13 preferred the oral

supplement, the oral form is widely considered less effective than other

options.

Methodology

Nurses at more than 60 designated fertility centers across the country selected qualified patients who had used or were about to start ENDOMETRIN in an IVF or ovulation induction cycle. Patients must also have used a different progesterone supplement in a previous or current cycle. The survey reflects the patient's most recent treatme
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