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Clomiphene, Metformin, or both for Infertility in PCOS: Polycystic Ovary...

Clomiphene is superior to metformin in achieving live birth in infertile women with the polycystic ovary syndrome, although multiple birth is a complication.read more

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Risk of Twins/Triplets After Ovulation Induction

The rate of multiple births was significantly lower with metformin. Because multiple gestation is associated with higher complication rates and medical costs, our data offer an additional reason for...

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Clothing and Fetal Safety

Unfortunately, holding onto that pre-pregnancy body is not just not an option which means a new wardrobe will be necessary. read more

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Multiple Births - Risks to the Mother

Multiple pregnancy and birth carry significant risks to the children and they also carry considerable risks for mothers.read more

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Multiple Births and The Risk of Congenital Anomalies

Over the last 30 years, the numbers of congenital anomalies have doubled in multiple births, according to a research study published in BJOG. The study was completed by researchers from the University...

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Multiple Births May Cost Proportionately More than Single Births

Giving birth to multiple babies may cost parents more than single baby births do, according to a new study. Multiple births are a great concern in the United States and abroad because they pose...

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Latest IVF Goal: Singleton Births, Fewer Twins

In the pioneering days of in vitro fertilization (IVF), multiple births were common. Implanting more than one embryo was a way to ensure at least one of them would result in full-term pregnancy; often...

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Fertility Drugs Cause More Multiple Births Than IVF

In 1971, about 1.8 percent of all babies born in the United States were multiple births - twins, triplets, or more (higher-order births). By 2011, the multiple-birth rate had climbed to 3.5 percent....

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Restricting the Number of Embryos Transferred Does Not Reduce Delivery Rates

Restricting the number of embryos transferred during fertility treatments does not decrease national birth rates, as long as the government combines the restriction with policy to reimburse patients...

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2012 Sets Record for US IVF Births

In its just-released annual report covering the year 2012, the medical society says it was a record-breaking year for babies born from assisted reproductive technologies (ART). In vitro fertilization...

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