In the case of artificial insemination, the risk for a preterm birth or a low birth weight is greater. A recent analysis shows that this is not different than previously assumed, but the method itself.
Crucial factors that affect couples with conception problems, generally speaking, were probably rather it was said on Tuesday by the Rostock Max-Planck-Institute for demographic research (MPIDR).
Other studies had previously come to different results, in part, increased birth risks in the case of artificial insemination occurred. The evaluations were based often on unbalanced statistical methods and on the basis of fewer births, it was said by the Rostock-based researchers. Their study is published in the journal “The Lancet”.
the data from between 1995 to 2000 in Finland, born in 1245 children, each sibling, at least one of which, of course, and was conceived by means of artificial insemination were Evaluated. Since the parents had changed from one birth to the next, barely, was a comparison of the birth risks solely with a view to the engagement. “Because this was the only significant difference between the births,” it said.
premature infants and children with low birth weight are more likely to have breathing or heart problems, the development of the brain and cognitive abilities can be impaired. In Germany alone, tens of thousands of women artificial insemination to drag on for a year. Worldwide, an estimated more than half a Million babies a year following artificial insemination to be born in the meantime.