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Why can an embryo transfer be cancelled?

By Mark P. Trolice M.D., F.A.C.O.G., F.A.C.S., F.A.C.E. (reproductive endocrinologist).
Last Update: 03/14/2019
  • No viable embryo(s) developed from failed fertilization or arrested embryo growth
  • Fresh embryo(s) are all chromosomally and/or genetically being tested resulting in freezing all embryos until the testing results
  • Embryo(s) were tested and all were found to be chromosomally or genetically abnormal
  • Endometrial fluid is present
  • The patient is at risk for or demonstrates signs of ovarian hyperstimulation síndrome (OHSS) so all the fresh embryos are transferred
  • The embryo(s) are unable to be successfully transferred into the uterus (very rare)
 Mark P. Trolice
Mark P. Trolice
M.D., F.A.C.O.G., F.A.C.S., F.A.C.E.
Reproductive Endocrinologist
Mark P. Trolice is the Director of Fertility CARE – The IVF Center and Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology (OB/GYN) at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine. He is Board-certified in REI and OB/GYN, and maintains annual recertification. His colleagues select him as Top Doctor in America® annually, one among the top 5% of doctors in the U.S.
License: ME 78893
Reproductive Endocrinologist. Mark P. Trolice is the Director of Fertility CARE – The IVF Center and Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology (OB/GYN) at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine. He is Board-certified in REI and OB/GYN, and maintains annual recertification. His colleagues select him as Top Doctor in America® annually, one among the top 5% of doctors in the U.S. License: ME 78893.