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The Case for Single-Embryo Transfers

The unprecedented increase in multiple births that has occurred during the past 3 decades is associated with skyrocketing costs and complication rates. Because of this, some say single-embryo transfers should become the norm.

Infertility

Assisted reproductive technology is often thought to account for the risk of low birth weight and preterm birth, but new research finds another factor plays a role.

A new report by the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology has shown a shift in women's preferences for the number of embryos transferred.

Women with higher levels of endocrine-disrupting chemicals from both environmental and household exposure have an earlier onset of menopause.

Use of intracytoplasmic sperm injection in cases unrelated to male factor infertility may negatively affect outcomes, new research suggests.

Women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) are at increased risk for metabolic and heart diseases and nearly twice as likely to be hospitalized.

Consider thyroid disorders, such as hyperthyroidism, when evaluating women with fertility problems and recurrent early pregnancy loss.

Timing is important to achieve pregnancy in intrauterine insemination, but available evidence doesn't support using one timing method over another.

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