The increased risk of complication observed in singleton pregnancies resulting from in-vitro fertilization (IVF) does not seem to be related to the IVF method itself.

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Singleton pregnancies resulting from in-vitro fertilization (IVF) seem to have an increased risk of obstetric and paediatric complications. In a retrospective study we compared, during the same period, 162 IVF singleton pregnancies with 263 pregnancies resulting from stimulated cycles (without IVF) and with 5096 natural pregnancies. No significant… (More)

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