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Some patients think that transferring multiple embryos increases the chances for success. Are they right?

By Manuel Fernández.
Last Update: 06/03/2011

Yes, technically they are right. By transferring two embryos instead of a single embryo, the chances for pregnancy are greater. The importance of a good embryo freezing programme is that it allows the chances to be the same if we compare performing a two-embryo transfer at the same time with performing a two-embryo transfer in two different cycles, one of them after being frozen. The concept is “1 + 1 = 2″.

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 Manuel Fernández
Manuel Fernández
MD, PhD
Gynecologist
Graduate in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Seville. Specialist in Obstetrics and Gynecology from the University Hospital Virgen Macarena de Seville. Master's Degree in Assisted Reproduction from the Rey Juan Carlos University of Madrid. Gynecologist at IVI Seville since 2003 and Director since 2005.
License: 4114231
Gynecologist. Graduate in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Seville. Specialist in Obstetrics and Gynecology from the University Hospital Virgen Macarena de Seville. Master's Degree in Assisted Reproduction from the Rey Juan Carlos University of Madrid. Gynecologist at IVI Seville since 2003 and Director since 2005. License: 4114231.
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