Published in Women's Health Weekly, December 14th, 2000
A team from the University of Bologna, Italy, announced the results of a follow-up study of children born from frozen eggs. They studied 11 pregnancies that resulted in 13 children. In all but one of the pregnancies, amniocentesis was performed and showed all the fetuses to be normal.
The gestational age at delivery was normal, and the five-minute Apgar scores were reported in the normal range. Post-natal growth and development have all been reported normal. The researchers concluded...
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