An embryo transfer involves taking the egg from the uterus and collecting the sperm and fertilizing it in a glass tube at the lab for 2–5 days. Then the fertilized egg or embryo is implanted into the woman’s uterus. The placement of the embryo in the uterus must be precise and done by an experienced person. IVF embryo transfer is a hospital experienced in this operation.
This embryo transfer is done with the help of ultra sound. The ultra sound gives the vision of your reproductive system to the doctor for the placement of the embryo at the perfect location and reduces the possibility of the catheter touching the cervix. This won’t hurt a lot if it does not touch the cervix.
One embryo is transferred into your uterus once. If the patient is 35 or older, two embryos are transferred at a time that improves the success rate. The number of failed transfers and the age of the person determine the number of embryos to be determined.
Transferring multiple embryos can result in more live births, but the increased number of embryos increases the complications for the mother and the baby. Because of this complication, multiple embryo transfers are performed at a lower rate. IVF embryo transfer has a high success rate with testing genetics and diagnosis, and they choose the embryo that has a high possibility of success rate and that particular embryo is placed in the uterus. This creates a healthy conception for the pregnancy cycle successfully.