In vitro fertilization is the most effective infertility treatment. Embryo transfer is the final step of the procedure.
Transfer of the embryo into the uterine cavity is routinely performed 2 – 3 days after ovarian taranswaginal puncture. Sometimes, according to medical evidence, embryos are cultured – increased to blastocyst – by transferring them to the uterine cavity after 5-6 days.
The manipulation itself is absolutely painless and does not require special preparing. Through the cervix, without enlarging it, we leave the embryos in the uterine cavity with a special elastic catheter. The procedure is performed under ultrasound control.
The number of embryos transferred to the uterine cavity depends on the age of the couple, the condition of the uterus, the quality of the embryos.
Due to the practice of the clinic “In Vitro”, the transfer of 1 or 2 embryos often takes place, because the increase in the number of transferred embryos increases the probability of pregnancy, but also increases the risk of multiple pregnancies, which should be avoided as much as possible.
It is possible to cryopreserve the remaining embryos, as well as the sperm, in order to use them further. Twelve days after the transfer, one of the hormones in the venous blood – HCG – can be used to determine if pregnancy has taken place, and in 1 week the pregnancy will be revealed by ultrasound.
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