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Can you pregnant with C and D scored embryos?

By José Muñoz Ramírez.
Last Update: 10/08/2018

Yes, although the chances are quite low.

When we classify embryos according to their quality at the lab, we do so by evaluating their implantation potential, that is, trying to "guess" which ones have greater chances for attaching tot he uterus, and which don't. C and D scored embryos are embryos of moderate-to-low quality, which means that a C or D scored embryo has a reduced chance of implantation if compared to a B or A scored embryo. In any case, however, whenever we select an embryo for the transfer, it's because it has been observed that its implantation potential is a good one.

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 José Muñoz Ramírez
José Muñoz Ramírez
BSc, MSc, PhD
Senior Clinical Embryologist
Bachelor's Degree in Biology from the University of Malaga. Master's Degree in Genetics by the University of Alcalá, and Master's Degree in Assisted Reproduction from the University of Valencia. He works as a clinical embryologist at Clínica Tambre (Madrid, Spain), in addition to being an Associate Professor at the University of Murcia.
Senior Clinical Embryologist. Bachelor's Degree in Biology from the University of Malaga. Master's Degree in Genetics by the University of Alcalá, and Master's Degree in Assisted Reproduction from the University of Valencia. He works as a clinical embryologist at Clínica Tambre (Madrid, Spain), in addition to being an Associate Professor at the University of Murcia.
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