Artificial Insemination Has a Few Untoward Effects
JAMA. 1983 Sep 9; 250(10): 1256.
A brief summary is provided of studies presented at the Eleventh World Congress of Fertility and Sterility on the effects of artificial insemination on parents and children. Three studies found that couples who underwent artificial insemination were as satisfied with their marriages and their sex lives as couples who achieved parenthood normally. One investigator reported that children conceived through artificial insemination, whether with frozen or nonfrozen sperm, performed better than the norm in intelligence and psychomotor tests. (KIE abstract)
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