Medical Assisted Reproduction Method Oozes low risk of preterm birth

Published By : 16 Jan 2019 | Published By : QYRESEARCH

The couple who have some difficulty in conceiving often consider or prefer to have baby through medical assisted reproduction (MAR) process. Moreover, several times these couples are informed regarding the risk involved in the medical assisted reproductive procedure. However, the new research reveals that the medical supported pregnancy does not increase possibility of low-birth weight and risk associated for pre-term. Now, the couple don’t have to think more against medical assisted reproduction. 

According to WHO, the medical assisted reproduction means reproduction done by ovulation induction, ovulation triggering, intravaginal insemination with semen of donor or husband. Several medical assisted reproduction process such as in vitro fertilization (IVF) is gaining traction.   

Public Figures Endorses Medical Assisted Reproduction Technologies 

As per report by U.S. Society of Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) states that around 1 million children were born in the U.S during 1987 till 2015 by using various method of reproductive technologies. In addition to this, various celebrities are also supporting this method and this helped to spread awareness about MAR to the large audience and those celebrities are Kim Kardashian who preferred surrogate reproductive technology and Chrissy Teigen who used other reproductive method such as IVF. 

While MAR procedure are becoming more famous among the couple who is struggling hard to conceive a child. There is still a lot to learn about the MAR. Nonetheless, the new research study by Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR), the London School of Economics, and Helsinki University can finally change the mind of couple about the risk association. 

The possibility of low birth weight and risk associated with preterm birth are very less with the medical assisted reproduction, as per report published in the medical research journal called The Lancet. 

The couple who have problem in conceiving children, now they don’t want to decide against MAR anymore. As per the research experiment now the couple might allegedly increase risk for their own children.

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