Elective single embryo transfer eset is a procedure in which one embryo selected from a larger number of available embryos is placed in the uterus or fallopian tube the embryo selected for eset might be from a previous ivf cycle eg cryopreserved embryos frozen or from the current fresh ivf cycle that yielded more than one embryo . It is important to us and our patients that the pregnancy rates with single embryo transfer are as good as those resulting from transferring more embryos the center is a leader in its utilization of single embryo transfer committed to maximizing patients success with as few embryos transferred as possible. Single vs double embryo transfer in cycles of in vitro fertilization it is routine to stimulate the females ovaries so that many eggs will be obtained many eggs are needed in order to provide a good chance of success because most human eggs do not become viable embryos. When women were under 35 and had up to three embryos available they had similar rates of success when they transferred multiple embryos or a single embryo in the first transfer but when these women had four embryos the multiple embryo transfer group had higher rates of success in that first transfer
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