Little evidence ART affects offspring’s pregnancy outcomes: study

No obstetric or perinatal complications seen among those conceived with assisted reproductive technologies who become parents
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People conceived with assisted reproductive technology do not have an increased risk for obstetric or perinatal complications when they become parents, according to a study published in BMJ Medicine.

Dr Ellen Øen Carlsen, from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health in Oslo, and colleagues conducted a prospective registry-based study involving 1,092,151 people born in Norway between 1984 and 2002, of whom 180,652 were registered at least once as mothers and 137,530 as fathers by the end of 2021.