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Ectopic pregnancy after embryo transfer

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), BSc, MSc (embryologist) and BA, MA (fertility counselor).
Last Update: 12/15/2016
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