The fertilized egg is called an embryo. Embryos are followed in the laboratory environment according to the number and quality of the embryos. or 5. day embryo transfer.
However, embryos in centers with good laboratory conditions 5. can be kept up to day and high quality 5. They can transform into a day embryo, that is, a blastocyst. We are 5 in our clinic. We do embryo transfer more heavily at the blastocyst stage.
However, if the number of embryos is limited and there is no choice, we prefer the 3rd day transfer. 5. The advantage of day embryo transfer, 3. In addition, the chance of pregnancy is 10-15% higher than day transfer and it allows the selection of the most correct embryo. In this way, it is possible to obtain a 50% chance of pregnancy with a single embryo transfer in patients under the age of 35.
Because there is a direct relationship between the number of embryos transferred and clinical pregnancy in IVF applications. As the number of embryos transferred increases, the chance of pregnancy increases, and the rate of multiple pregnancy also increases.