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Because of the risks, assisted reproduction technology clients need to be adequately informed of the possible implications of achieving pregnancy beyond age 50, so that they are
With the aim of helping mental health clinicians understand and treat clients who have experienced adverse reproductive events, Jaffe, a clinical psychologist who specializes in loss and bereavement related to miscarriage, infertility, and other reproductive trauma, and Diamond, a clinical psychologist who co-directs the Center for Reproductive Psychology with Jaffe, explain how to treat clients who have experienced infertility, miscarriage, perinatal or newborn loss, and premature or other complicated births, and help them identify and grieve losses and guide them in making decisions about assisted reproduction technology, donors, surrogacy, and adoption.
The Assisted Reproductive Technology ( Regulation) Bill, 2010, defines assisted reproduction technology as all techniques that attempt to enable a pregnancy by handling or manipulating the sperm or the egg outside the human body and transferring the embryo into the reproductive tract.
This cross-sectional study assessed the availability of public sector infertility services, including assisted reproduction technology (ART), in Brazil.
Multiple births resulting from assisted reproduction technology are declining nationally because doctors are implanting fewer embryos per cycle, according to an analysis of US in vitro fertilization (IVF) data published in the April 15 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine.
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