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Ectopic pregnancy after embryo transfer

Ectopic pregnancy occurs when the embryo adheres to a place other than the uterus. The most common site is the Fallopian tube, yet it can implant to the ovary or cervix, too.

Ectopic pregnancies occur in 1 to 3% of IVF cycles, and is one of the most concerning risks.

By BSc, MSc (embryologist), MD, PhD, MSc (gynecologist), (embryologin), (embryologist), BSc, MSc (embryologist), (gynecologist), BSc, MSc (embryologist) and (invitra staff).
Last Update: 12/15/2016