How can we reduce health risks for babies born through IVF treatment? Time to act

24 Jan 2014

Professor Nargund’s latest article on Huffington Post highlights health risks to babies born through IVF.

A recent study showed that women who had IVF were at a higher risk of having an underweight or stillborn baby; one born prematurely or one which dies soon after birth in comparison to women who conceived naturally.

Professor Nargund comments on the findings of the report which provides yet more evidence that IVF using lower doses of drugs is much safer for mother and baby. People with fertility problems need to consider this before embarking on fertility treatment.

Read the full article on Huffington Post