The wait after the transfer is undoubtedly the toughest time during the assisted reproduction process, whether it's after artificial insemination or in vitro fertilisation. Before the transfer, ovarian stimulation seems long and painful, but physically, it isn't as tough as one might think.
The transfer of more than one embryo in IVF treatment is based on clinical judgment and the woman's age
The last step in assisted reproduction treatment is to insert the embryos into the woman's uterus, painlessly and without sedation
The factor that has the most influence on the quality of an embryo is the age of the eggs of the woman undergoing IVF treatment
By Kate Brian, journalist, writer and author of four books on motherhood and fertility
Although the day of the transfer varies, depending on the medical history of each patient, it is commonly made between the second and third day after the puncture
After the transfer it is normal to take greater notice of your body than you usually do, but not everything that occurs has a specific meaning
It is advisable for the woman to exercise regularly after treatment, as this helps relieve stress Is bed rest necessary after an embryo transfer? That is the question that many women ask themselves after undergoing an embryo transfer. This question has been the subject of many recent studies, the results of which help shed a little light on the dilemma.