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Maternal and fetal complications in multiple pregnancies.
Conclusion: The fact that there was no difference in the rate of hospitalization, time of hospitalization, frequency of follow-up in the intensive care unit, rates of congenital anomaly and rehospitalization was attributed to the fact that the study and control groups were composed of only multiple pregnancies and preterms.
This paper examines the occurrence of multiple pregnancies and repeat births amongst public hospital births to NT mothers for the period 1 January 2003 to 31 December 2005 as per ethics clearance.
She explained: "It has been generally assumed that increased levels of estrogen and progesterone in multiple pregnancies stimulate cellular proliferation in the breast, which increases accumulation of somatic mutations during cell division and leads to the development of breast cancer.
Foetomaternal health outcomes of multiple pregnancies influence healthcare costs and quality of life for parents and children.
TINY "heartbeats" within fertilised human eggs could hold the key to more successful IVF treatment and fewer multiple pregnancies, Welsh scientists have found.
New technologies used at the hospital include a "blastocyst culture" which has resulted in improved IVF success rates and reduced multiple pregnancies.
However, this achievement brought about multiple pregnancies as a result of ovarian stimulation, and transfer of a large number of embryos to increase the success rate.
Nice is also calling for specialist teams with expertise in multiple pregnancies to care for women expecting twins or triplets and help lower the risk of complications.
And it's also very important for gynecologists who are concerned about the risks of multiple pregnancies when treating with FSH, with or without IUI.
They cover different imaging techniques; the physics of ultrasound and the principles of Doppler; ultrasonography and aspects of female and male infertility, including common gynecological diseases such as endometriosis and polycystic ovary syndrome, male issues, and acute and chronic pelvic pain; uses of ultrasonography in the process of in vitro fertilization; pregnancy after infertility treatment, as well as ectopic pregnancies and congenital anomalies after IVF; and complications of IVF, including multiple pregnancies and ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome.
Fertility clinics across the UK are coming under increasing pressure to drive down the number of multiple pregnancies resulting from IVF.

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