An analysis of the obstetric outcome of 125 consecutive pregnancies conceived in vitro and resulting in 100 deliveries.

@article{Andrews1986AnAO,
  title={An analysis of the obstetric outcome of 125 consecutive pregnancies conceived in vitro and resulting in 100 deliveries.},
  author={M. Clayton Andrews and Suheil J. Muasher and David N. L. Levy and Howard Wilber Jones and Jairo E. Garc{\'i}a and Zev Rosenwaks and Georgeanna Seegar Jones and Anibal A. Acosta},
  journal={American journal of obstetrics and gynecology},
  year={1986},
  volume={154 4},
  pages={848-54}
}
One hundred twenty-five consecutive pregnancies conceived in vitro resulted in 100 deliveries of 115 babies. There were 23 clinical abortions (18.4%) and two tubal pregnancies. During the same interval 30 preclinical pregnancies occurred, but these pregnancies did not progress. There were 26 multiple pregnancies (37.1%) before the twelfth week; these reduced spontaneously to 14 (22.2%) multiple births at delivery. Eight infants were delivered prematurely, and three of these died. Three babies… CONTINUE READING