31 October 2020>: Articles
Spontaneous Pregnancy in the Setting of Primary Ovarian Insufficiency and Breastfeeding: Does Immunosuppression Play a Role?
Unusual clinical course, Unusual or unexpected effect of treatment, Clinical situation which can not be reproduced for ethical reasonsCaleb D. Ayers D , Karen S. Carlson A*
Am J Case Rep 2020; 21:e926980
Figure 1. This figure indicates the patient’s time course of fertility workup, treatments, and pregnancy. The patient had labs drawn at three points: first with her primary obstetrician/gynecologist for fertility workup (September 2015), second with reproductive endocrinology (April 2016), and third with our office upon resumption of normal menses after delivery of her first child (June 2018). Symbols indicate the following ↑ – increased, ↓ – decreased, = – normal.