Ovarian stimulation for IVF has no quantitative association with birthweight: A registry study

  • Griesinger G
  • Kolibianakis E
  • Diedrich K
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Singleton children born after IVF are of lower birthweight compared with their naturally conceived peers. It has been hypothesized that ovarian stimulation might be associated with low birthweight in children born after IVF. The aim of the present study was to explore whether or not a dose relationship exists between ovarian stimulation and birthweight in singletons born after ovarian stimulation for IVF.

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  • Adverse outcome
  • Birthweight
  • Child health
  • IVF
  • Ovarian stimulation

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