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    Default In vitro study finds digested formula, but not breast milk, is toxic to cells

    I read a study recently that confirmed ivf as a risk factor for prematurity independent on maternal factors

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chew the Mintie View Post
    I read a study recently that confirmed ivf as a risk factor for prematurity independent on maternal factors
    I would love to read that. Do you have the link?

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    Default In vitro study finds digested formula, but not breast milk, is toxic to cells

    No lol I don't keep links on my phone in case they happen to come up in convo. I'm sure you can google it though - go to scholar.google.com and put in ivf prematurity perhaps.

    I have a google alert for pregnancy research so read new studies every day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chew the Mintie View Post
    No lol I don't keep links on my phone in case they happen to come up in convo. I'm sure you can google it though - go to scholar.google.com and put in ivf prematurity perhaps.

    I have a google alert for pregnancy research so read new studies every day.
    Thanks!

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    Default In vitro study finds digested formula, but not breast milk, is toxic to cells

    I think it depended on the reason for ivf too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chew the Mintie View Post
    I think it depended on the reason for ivf too
    Yes. Also I think whether or not it was a natural cycle or stimulated cycle.

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    When I was researching all the twin birth stuff I also read a few journal articles that mentioned ART increasing chances of having premature multiples as opposed to naturally conceived.

    Chew the Mintie, how do you put an alert on like that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annabella View Post
    When I was researching all the twin birth stuff I also read a few journal articles that mentioned ART increasing chances of having premature multiples as opposed to naturally conceived.

    Chew the Mintie, how do you put an alert on like that?
    In Australia Fs's are VERY strict on how many embryos they implant and will only transfer 1 for the first cycle/s. After a number failed attempts will they try 2 as that increases the chances of 1 taking. Obviously having 2 transferred does increase the chance of twins (sometimes triplets if one splits). But for a mother trying years and years to conceive, that's a risk they are willing to take.

    In America on the other hand, it is very common for them to transfer 2+ very early on

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    Default In vitro study finds digested formula, but not breast milk, is toxic to cells

    Annabella I think you just do a google search and then on the results page somewhere there is an option to create an alert


 

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