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What are the relationships between interpregnancy interval and singleton pregnancy outcomes after frozen embryo transfer?
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- Interpregnancy interval and singleton pregnancy outcomes after frozen embryo transfer
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An interpregnancy interval of less than 12 months between a IVF live birth and a subsequent FET pregnancy resulted in
An increase in the incidence of a pre-term delivery
An decrease in the incidence of a pre-term delivery
No change in the incidence of a pre-term delivery
Interpregnancy interval of less than 6 months was associated with
an increased odds for low birth weight
an decreased odds for low birth weight
no change in the odds for low birth weight
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