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multiple birth

n
(Medicine) a birth at which two or more children are born at the same time
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This is especially true in women who've had multiple pregnancies.
This changes the entire body left drooping after multiple pregnancies into a new, 360 lifted pre-pregnancy shape," said Dr.
According to Ratsimanetrimanana, despite making-up the highest proportion of the population, young people, especially adolescent girls, are faced with multiple socio-economic and health-related challenges, including lasting scar like fistula, multiple pregnancies and the negative impact on their ability to achieve their full potential.
This was an observational study of growth disparities between twins in multiple pregnancies booked for antenatal care and delivery North Cumbria University Hospital, Carlisle, from January 2009 till August 2018.
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In recent decades, as a consequence of assisted reproductive technology (ART), there has been a dramatic increase in multiple pregnancies (1, 2).
FULL government funding of IVF treatment would lower rates of multiple pregnancies and their associated risks of complications for mothers and babies, health experts have said.
"It is also clear from other European countries, such as Sweden and Belgium, that further reduction in the multiple pregnancy rate to single figures is feasible where generous IVF state funding arrangements have reduced the associated adverse implications of multiple pregnancies for both mother and baby."

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