Health and development of children born after oocyte donation compared with that of those born after in-vitro fertilization, and parents' attitudes regarding secrecy.

@article{SderstrmAnttila1998HealthAD,
  title={Health and development of children born after oocyte donation compared with that of those born after in-vitro fertilization, and parents' attitudes regarding secrecy.},
  author={Viveca S{\"o}derstr{\"o}m-Anttila and N. Sajaniemi and Aila Tiitinen and Outi Hovatta},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  year={1998},
  volume={13 7},
  pages={2009-15}
}
The health, growth and development of a cohort of children (n = 59) aged 6 months to 4 years and born after oocyte donation (OD) was compared with that from a group of children born after in-vitro fertilization (IVF) (n = 126). The study was performed by questionnaire, and the response rate was 100% in the OD group and 95% in the IVF group. All OD children were healthy. Three IVF children had a neurological disorder. Surgical intervention had been carried out in 8% of the OD and 13% of the IVF… CONTINUE READING

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