ART Success: Evidence Based Medicine

Assisted reproductive technology (ART) refers to treatments which involve handling eggs and sperms or embryos outside the body this includes IVF and a few of its variations. These procedures which are usually paired with fertility drugs are to increase success rates and at about 22% of ART procedures result in the birth of a baby. ART procedures are medical procedure, expensive and have side effects. When more than one embryo is placed in the uterus, there is a possibility of a pregnancy with multiples if two or more implants successfully. But in case so far no long-term health effects have been connected to children born using ART procedures, and so many people with fertility problems, ART is the best way of having a biological child.

Assisted reproductive technology (ART) refers to treatments which involve handling eggs and sperms or embryos outside the body this includes IVF and a few of its variations. These procedures which are usually paired with fertility drugs are to increase success rates and at about 22% of ART procedures result in the birth of a baby. ART procedures are medical procedure, expensive and have side effects.

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