A study done by a group of researchers from the University of Aberdeen as well as by the Aberdeen Maternity Hospital has found that using frozen embryos during IVD procedure may result in easy pregnancies and healthier babies.
Hypothesis of the study was done to assess previous studies to know the result of pregnancies and after birth condition of infants when frozen and fresh embryos are being used. The study, which has been published in the journal Fertility and Sterility, has found that frozen embryos has reduced risk of having premature and underweight babies.
Experts have asserted that one should note that the study has assessed the successful pregnancies. Therefore, no decision should be taken in regard to pregnancy depending on the findings of the study.
There could have been many reasons, which might have led to the successful pregnancies among those, who have gone through frozen embryos procedure. Some of the factors could be mother's age, drink and smoke habit and her medical condition.
The research has found light increase in caesarean section. Study researchers said, "Results of this systematic review of observational studies suggest that pregnancies arising from the transfer of frozen thawed IVF embryos seem to have better obstetric and perinatal outcomes".
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