Go for single rather than for double, is the new approach of a Sydney study. As per a recent study, it has been revealed that it is always better to ho for single in-vitro fertilization than ho for double embryo procedure.
The single in-vitro fertilization procedure has fewer chances to have stillborn and also reduces the chances of child death, soon after the birth. However, the risk gets increased when a woman goes for double embryo transfer.
Lead author Elizabeth Sullivan, from the University of NSW, was of the view that their study results are so definite that couples should be informed about the same, so they do not reduce their chance of becoming happy parents.
In order to reach at the above given result, the study researchers assessed more than 50,000 births, which took place in Australia and New Zealand. They assessed total number of births between 2004 and 2008.
General perception of couples is that double embryo will increase their chances of becoming parents, but they ignore risks involved. One of the couples said, ''We were advised just to have one. Our specialist said he had a good feeling about us - we were young and the embryos were very good quality".
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