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How likely is multiple gestation after the use of fertility drugs?

 

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Very possible. Depending on the type of fertility treatment used, if more than one follicle is produced, the risk of multiple gestation can be as much as 1 out of 3 women who become pregnant.

You can find more information from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine on this topic here:

http://www.reproductivefacts.org/Fertility_drugs_and_the_risk_of_multiple_births/

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