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Why you should insist that your IVF clinic does a Day 5 ( blastocyst) transfer for you
There's still a lot of confusion and controversy about whether it's best to transfer embryos on Day 3 or Day 5, especially in India. While most IVF clinics all over the world have progressed to doing blastocyst ( Day 5) transfers, many Indian IVF labs are still lagging...
Why transferring a single blastocyst at a time improves pregnancy rates
Lots of IVF patients and doctors are very confused about how many embryos to transfer. The general belief is that the more the embryos you put back, the better your chances of getting pregnant. This is why many IVF doctors still put back as many embryos as the patient...
The formulation of new laboratory culture media - the liquid in which the embryo is grown in vitro - has made it possible to "grow" embryos in vitro beyond the typical 2 to 3 day state of development , till they become blastocysts. A blastocyst is the final stage of the...
Does it make sense to do a blastocyst transfer when you have only one embryo ?
We keep our fingers crossed for the 14 days post the day 3 transfer. If the beta HCG is positive and the patient conceives, we feel we hit the jackpot because we managed to select the right embryos, as they implanted. But if it fails, we curse ourselves for not waitin...
Why you should transfer a single blastocyst only
Today, our standard practice is to freeze all your embryos at a blastocyst ( Day 5) stage, and then transfer them after thawing them in the next cycle, one at a time. Here's why we think this is the best method for optimizing your chances of having a healthy baby. Let'...
Why you should transfer only a single blastocyst !
Today, our standard practice is to freeze all your embryos at a blastocyst ( Day 5) stage, and then transfer them after thawing them in the next cycle, one at a time. Here's why we think this is the best method for optimizing your chances of having a healthy baby. Le...
Why pregnancy rates are better with single Day 5 embryo ( blastocyst) transfers
Logically, one would expect that the pregnancy rate would be better if we transferred two embryos at a time, as compared to putting back only one . Yes, this is true if you calculate the success rate per transfer, but not true when you calculate the cumulative pregnan...
Is a blastocyst transfer better than a Day 3 transfer ?
This is an excerpt from our forthcoming, book, The Expert Patient's Guide to IVF. This being authored by our expert patient, Manju and me. Is a day 5 embryo transfer (blastocyst transfer) better than a day 3 embryo transfer (cleavage stage embryo transfer). Fact :...
IVF success rates , blastocyst transfer , and simplifying IVF
How can you make sense of IVF success rates ? What games do some IVF clinics play with their pregnancy rates ? What is assisted hatching ? What is blastocyst transfer ? How can we simplify IVF ? How can you make sense of IVF success rates ? Success Rates...