Associations Between Use of Assisted Reproductive Technology Intrauterine Insemination with Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes

A new study shows a modest risk increase of adverse pregnancy outcomes for those with cardiometabolic risk factors undergoing fertility treatments like assisted reproductive technology (such as IVF) or intrauterine insemination. Dr. Anum Minhas discusses the importance of improving the overall health of a birthing individual, starting with addressing pre-pregnancy prevalence of obesity, hypertension and diabetes.

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Anum Minhas

Anum Minhas

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Anum went to medical school at Duke University. She hopes to combine her interest in cardiac imaging with population studies in the future.

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