Superovulation and multiple birth: in search of kryptonite

The contribution of superovulation and ovulation induction to the multiple pregnancy epidemic in the U.S. is likely substantial and preventive strategies are needed.

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Richard S. Legro, M.D.

Volume 97, Issue 4, Pages 793-794

Abstract

The contribution of superovulation and ovulation induction to the multiple pregnancy epidemic in the U.S. is substantial. Further understanding of the contributing factors and, most importantly, preventive strategies are needed.

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