Use of folic acid supplementation and risk for dizygotic twinning.

  title={Use of folic acid supplementation and risk for dizygotic twinning.},
  author={Bengt K{\"a}ll{\'e}n},
  journal={Early human development},
  volume={80 2},
BACKGROUND An increase in dizygotic twinning rate after folic acid supplementation has previously been described, but in a recent study from China, no such effect was seen. AIMS To further investigate the association between use of folic acid supplement and dizygotic twinning. STUDY DESIGN Using the Swedish Medical Birth Registry, the rate of dizygotic twinning among infants of women who reported the use of folic acid was studied, taking a number of confounders into consideration… CONTINUE READING
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