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Surrogate pregnancies shown more likely to involve medical complications

April 05, 2018

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CWN Editor's Note: A new study has found that pregnancies involving in vitro fertilization and a surrogate mother show a disproportionate incidence of medical problems including gestational diabetes, high blood pressure, low birth weight, and placenta previa. Such pregnancies are also more likely to result in Caesarean births.

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