The embryo transfer is the final stage of the in vitro fertilisation (IVF) process.
There are different types of embryo transfer: fresh, frozen, cleavage (day 2 or 3), blastocyst (day 5 or 6), single, and multiple embryos transfer.
The embryo transfer is usually performed without sedation, but in some cases sedation can be given. This will attract an additional charge by the centre.
How to prepare for your embryo transfer?
What will happen before your embryo transfer?
What happens during your embryo transfer?
Side effects that you can experience after your embryo transfer:
Once you are home and until the date of your pregnancy test:
Reasons for cancelling the embryo transfer:
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