Difficulty conceiving is tied to adverse health effects

12/31/2009 | Reuters

Researchers say mothers who have difficulty conceiving are also at greater risk for illness and complications during pregnancy. The findings, which are based on more than 17,100 pregnancies over the past two decades, showed babies of women who conceived after more than two years of trying were more than 50% more likely to be unhealthy or to be born prematurely.

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