In vitro fertilization: a long-term follow-up after treatment failure.

@article{Bryson2000InVF,
  title={In vitro fertilization: a long-term follow-up after treatment failure.},
  author={Caroline A. Bryson and Donald H. Sykes and Anthony I. Traub},
  journal={Human fertility},
  year={2000},
  volume={3 3},
  pages={214-220}
}
There is a considerable body of psychological research on women presenting for in vitro fertilization (IVF), but relatively little on the long-term adjustment of such women after unsuccessful treatment. This study examined the adjustment (4--9 years after treatment) of a sample (n = 76) of women whose treatment had failed. At follow-up, it was found that eight (10.53%) of the women had conceived naturally and 16 (21.05%) had become adoptive parents. In comparison with population norms, the… CONTINUE READING

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