Babies conceived through in vitro fertilization

We are eagerly expected babies. We raise many expectations. Our parents tried really hard bring us into the world.

A study conducted in Europe, evaluating 2 years old children, found that the children of assisted reproduction have a normal psychomotor development, as compared to a group of children naturally conceived. Other 6-12 years follow-up studies have evidenced that there is no difference.

We are socially well adapted babies.

Susan Golombok, in a study conducted with young adolescents, found that adolescents who were born as a result of assisted reproduction had a good psychosocial performance as compared to teenagers conceived naturally and in some cases, we have better family interaction.