There are several types of causes that can hinder the correct implantation of the embryo:
- Uterine problems. The presence of a uterine pathology can condition the implantation of the embryos. It is always a question of ruling out the existence of the same (polyps, myomas, intrauterine adhesions...) before carrying out a reproduction treatment.
- The intrinsic quality of the embryos transferred. Higher quality embryos are more likely to implant.
- Problems arising from the execution of assisted reproduction treatments. The clearest example is the significant elevation (more than 3000 pg/mL) of estradiol levels in the blood.
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