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How do I know the chances of my embryos becoming blastocysts?

By Carmen Ochoa Marieta.
Last Update: 08/28/2018

From the clinical point of view, young women without pathology are more likely to have embryos that reach blastocyst and from the laboratory point of view, those embryos of good quality that correctly comply with cell division times and maintain a perfect morphology in their early development, are also more likely to reach blastocyst.

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 Carmen Ochoa Marieta
Carmen Ochoa Marieta
MD, PhD, MSc
Gynecologist
Bachelor's Degree in Medicine from the Basque Country University. PhD in Medicine & Surgery from the University of Murcia. Currently, she is the director of the Assisted Reproduction Unit of Centro de Estudios para la Reproducción (CER SANTANDER) in Santander, Spain, as well as the director of the Diagnostic Unit of Human Assisted Reproduction in Bilbao.
License: 484805626
Gynecologist. Bachelor's Degree in Medicine from the Basque Country University. PhD in Medicine & Surgery from the University of Murcia. Currently, she is the director of the Assisted Reproduction Unit of Centro de Estudios para la Reproducción (CER SANTANDER) in Santander, Spain, as well as the director of the Diagnostic Unit of Human Assisted Reproduction in Bilbao. License: 484805626.
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