Double embryo transfer in assisted reproduction found to increase the risk of complications in single births

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The risk of complications in assisted reproduction is higher when two embryos are transferred, instead of one embryo. This has been shown in a study published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics, which included all births in Sweden 2007–2017.

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