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Frozen Embryo Transfer by Tiffany Snook Patient Expert Posted Sat 06 Jun 2009 12:06am Good news, good news, and more good news! We got scheduled for our FET (Frozen Embryo Transfer). Gabe's kareyotype came back normal, and our baseline appointment went flawless! Yahhooooooo!!!! Tenative transfer date is set for July 19th of our six day old blastocyst. Gabe and I went to our baseline appointment which was just a check up, some ... Read on »
Frozen embryo transfer (cycle 5 of my IVF with PGD) by Shona D. Posted Sun 30 Jan 2011 5:35am So this is the last post about my IVF with pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) history.  You may remember from this post , after the embryo transfer for cycle 5, one of our other embryos made it to blastocyst, and so got frozen. Chances of success The embryologist said to us “It made it to blastocyst, so we froze it”.  His tone made it q ... Read on »
Fertility Adventure - 1 Frozen Embryo Transfer Coming Up! by Kristen S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 14 Sep 2009 10:27pm The time is coming for another chance at having a baby.... exciting!!! We're heading to New York this week for a frozen embryo transfer at New Hope Fertility Center. It's one of those shown in the picture to the right. Aren't they cool looking? It's been a great month. I've had the time to fully research the vaccine issue. I've eaten a super ... Read on »
Embryo transfer versus embryo implantation by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 05 May 2010 2:18am Many patients do not understand the difference between embryo transfer and implantation and will often confuse these terms. Embryo transfer is a simple mechanical process in which the doctor inserts the embryos into the uterus, using a catheter ( a plastic hollow tube). This is usually an easy procedure which takes about 10 minutes to ... Read on »
Will my embryo fall out after the embryo transfer ? by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Mon 28 Jan 2013 9:18pm A fear which is wide-spread among IVF patients is – will my embryo fall out if I stand up or walk around after the embryo transfer ? This is quite a reasonable worry – after all, if the embryos are transferred through the uterus through the cervix, then why can’t they come out through the same route?  However, if you understan ... Read on »
Embryo transfer is not the same as embryo implantation by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 20 Oct 2013 10:31pm Most patients do not have a clear picture of IVF treatment. As a result, they are often confused and don’t understand medical terms accurately . Many IVF patients don’t know the basic difference between implantation and embryo transfer and this ignorance can prove to be harmful to them.   What is the difference? E ... Read on »
How many embryos should I transfer ? by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Mon 05 Oct 2009 10:01pm 1 Comment This is one of the most difficult decisions which IVF patients and their doctors need to make. There are many variables which affect this, so let's look at them one by one. If IVF had a success rate of 100%, everyone would be happy to transfer one embryo . Life would always have a happy ending and IVF doctors would no longer need to talk to t ... Read on »
Process of Blastocyst Embryo Transfer by rotundaivf Posted Wed 01 Jan 2014 5:28am Blastocyst transfer is a new assisted reproductive technology that has been incorporated with in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment to increase pregnancy rates while simultaneously decreasing the risk of multiple pregnancies. In vitro fertilisation usually involves the transfer of embryos two to three days after they have been successfully fertili ... Read on »
Elective Single Embryo Transfer - Notes from this year's ASRM meeting by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Wed 21 Oct 2009 12:00am At the annual American Society for Reproductive Medicine meeting one of the many courses I attended was one entitled "Elective Single Embryo Transfer". Perhaps no issue in assisted reproductive technologies (ART) is as controversial as the selection of the optimal number of embryos for transfer. Single Embryo Transfer or SET is a method ... Read on »
Question 50. How do I decide how many embryos to transfer? by John David Gordon MD Medical Doctor Posted Tue 10 May 2011 3:20pm Well, we are halfway done with the 2nd Edition of 100 Questions and Answers about Infertility. I am still waiting for my invitation to go on Oprah and the book is not on the NY Times bestseller list. I am thinking about having Audible produce an audiobook version but my attorney has warned me that I could be legally responsible for those listener ... Read on »