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Preventing assumptions about the effect of body mass index on in vitro fertilization pregnancy rates

Preventing assumptions about the effect of body mass index on in vitro fertilization pregnancy rates
The article by Insogna et al. (1) provides critical information to all who practice infertility or refer their patients for in vitro fertilization (IVF) services. It has long been known that weight adversely effects pregnancy for women (2) as well as adversely affecting their short-term and long-term health (3). As noted by Insogna et al. (1), obesity impacts ovulation and pregnancy rates in women. The effect on IVF success, however, has undergone limited study and presumed to have negative effect on success.
Source: fertstert.org

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