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Table 5 Unadjusted and adjusted Odds Ratios (OR) and corresponding 95 % confidence intervals (CI) for delivery related complications for women treated with donated oocytes compared to women who conceived spontaneously (Control group A), reported by cause for oocyte donation

From: Adverse obstetric outcomes in pregnancies resulting from oocyte donation: a retrospective cohort case study in Sweden

  Oocyte recipients othera Oocyte recipients POIb
  Crude OR (95 % CI) Adjusted OR (95 % CI) Crude OR (95 % CI) Adjusted OR (95 % CI)
Hypertensive disorders 4.13(1.30–13.05)* 3.13 (0.94–10.48) 3.49(1.12–10.92)* 3.42 (0.99–11.87)
Induction of labourc 2.53 (0.93–6.93)** 2.59 (0.88–7.65) 4.11(1.66–10.22)** 3.33 (1.25–8.82)*
Cesarean section 2.79 (1.21–6.46)* 2.35 (0.98–5.62) 4.08 (1.82–9.15)** 3.03 (1.28–7.15)*
Post-partum hemorrhage 3.42 (0.90–13.03) 7.04 (1.45–34.16)*d 2.93 (0.78–11.07) 5.97(1.11–32.15)*d
Uterine inertiac 0.36 (0.08–1.64) 0.42 (0.09–2.07) 1.01 (0.37–2.78) 0.93 (0.30–2.84)
  1. aWomen with Turner syndrome, oophorectomy/chemotherapy, “egg factor”, multiple unsuccessful IVF cycles, genetic reasons, unclassified
  2. bPOI: Premature ovarian insufficiency and poor responders
  3. All outcomes are adjusted for maternal age (<35, ≥35 years), BMI (<25 or ≥25 kg/m2), Nicotine Use (No/Yes), Gestational length (continuous variable, weeks), Chronic diseases (No/Yes)
  4. cExclude all non-emergency CS
  5. dModel adjusted for CS also
  6. *p < 0.05
  7. **p < 0.01
  8. ***p < 0.001