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      Medilly assisted reproduction and the risk of preterm birth: a se–control study using data from the Quebec Pregnancy Cohort

      The use of fertility treatments has been growing over the past dede, but these treatments are not without risk. In this se–control study using data from the Quebec Pregnancy Cohort (2010–2015), the authors quantified the risk of preterm birth associated with the use of ovarian stimulators (OS) and assisted reproductive technologies (ART). During the study period, 2055 pregnancies out of a total of 57?624?pregnancies were conceived through the use of OS, ART or both: 419?involved OS alone, 150?involved ART alone and 1486?involved both OS and ART. Adjusting for potential confounders, conception with OS, ART or both was associated with an increased risk of preterm birth (adjusted odds ratio 1.46, 95% confidence interval 1.25–1.72, 182?exposed ses). All types of assisted reproduction were associated with an increased risk of preterm birth compared with pregnancies conceived spontaneously. Use of OS or ART or both was associated with an increased risk of late, moderate and extremely preterm birth. Physicians should advise patients of the increased risk of preterm birth associated with the use of fertility treatments so that they n make informed choices. Full article

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      Diabetes during pregnancy and perinatal outcomes among First Nations women in Ontario, 2002/03–2014/15: a population-based cohort study

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