Using double the embryos increases the odds of twins -- a riskier proposition -- but scarcely improves the chances of a healthy baby. When couples with fertility problems turn to in vitro fertilization, they often assume that they can double their chances for a healthy baby by transferring two embryos to the womb instead of just one.
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