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Which Fertility Patients Should Consider Single Embryo Transfer with IVF
(text on screen): Fertility Authority. Your Most Trusted Source (text on screen): Fertility Authority. Your Most Trusted Source Ask the Experts Which fertility patients should consider single embryo transfer with IVF? Natalie Cekleniak, The Institute of Reproductive Medicine at St. Barnabas Medical Center: There is a subset of patients where we're really suggesting SET, or single embryo transfer. And those are younger patients that have, really, a nice group of embryos of many to choose from, and also have the ability to have embryos frozen in the same cycle. So, there's certainly a subset of patients that are really the true great candidates for this procedure. But, people should know that you can always request a single embryo transfer.
And talk to your about what that would mean for you. and talk to your about what that would mean for you. Everyone has a choice to do single embryo transfer, you just need a really good conversation with your physician about what the pregnancy rates are and the likelihood of cryopreservation for one embryo and multiple embryos and have all that data in front of you and then decide, you know, what's the best fit for me. Most people that we consider a good candidate for single embryo transfer have extra embryos that look great in culture and can be frozen. So, hopefully, this patient, if she did not conceive with a single embryo transfer, would have frozen embryos to turn to and could consider another transfer.
From the group that were produced in that one, fresh cycle. from the group that were produced in that one, fresh cycle. Age, as everyone knows, certainly is a huge factor; probably the biggest factor that helps to determine embryo quality, since the quality of the eggs play such a big role in embryo development and embryo quality. So, with advancing age, technically there's probably, you know, less success of a single embryo transfer. But, again, there are outliers, and women are different. So, at age 36, for example, some women may be great candidates for single embryo transfer, where the embryos just look beautiful and make gorgeous blastocysts on day five and their embryos to freeze, and there are other women with ovarian reserve that might not support that situation.
And, again, it just takes that conversation with the physician to decide what's best. And, again, it just takes that conversation with the physician to decide what's best. (text on screen): Fertility Authority. Your Most Trusted Source.