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Re : In Vitro Fertilization

Posted: Mon Mar 03, 2003 06:55 pm
by expert on call
Usually, IVF pregnancies are more complicated. I would not expect IVF to improve implantation or decrease your risk.

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In Vitro Fertilization

Posted: Mon Mar 03, 2003 06:54 pm
by expert on call
1) Is it true that an In Vitro Fertilization could avoid complications of preeclampsia since it would help avoid a malaccomodation of the embryo into the wall of the uterus?