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Elective single embryo transfer (eSET)

Elective single embryo transfer (eSET)

Currently, the vast majority of assisted reproduction specialists bet on single embryo transfers (SETs) on day 5 (blastocyst transfer) in order to prevent multiple pregnancies. By doing this, it is possible to achieve a successful pregnancy without compromising the pregnancy rates.

Blastocyst embryo transfers are recommended when egg fertilization results in a considerable high number of embryos. Sequential embryo culture allows the embryo with the highest implantation potential to be selected "naturally".

By BSc, MSc (embryologist), MD, MSc (gynecologist), BSc, PhD (senior embryologist), BSc, MSc, PhD (senior clinical embryologist), (medical director at fertty international), BSc, MSc (embryologist), BSc, MSc (embryologist) and (invitra staff).
Last Update: 02/28/2018