Single embryo transfers maintain outcomes, reduce twin pregnancies

07/25/2008 | Reuters

Massachusetts General Hospital researchers say twin pregnancies from in vitro fertilization can be reduced by transferring only a single embryo into a woman's uterus. The study included women under age 37 and found using the single embryo did not change IVF cycle characteristics nor the rates of pregnancy or pregnancy loss.

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