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 . 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. E lective single embryo transfer eset enables patients to have the same success rates when transferring one or two embryos but with a greatly reduced risk of multiples deciding how many embryos to transfer many are familiar with the phrase to be or not to be that is the question though this sentiment originally appeared in william shakespeares hamlet it is now an expression . Single embryo transfer in in vitro fertilization ivf may be equivalent to double embryo transfer the chance for pregnancy in in vitro fertilization ivf is affected by numerous factors one important modifiable factor is the number of embryos transferred into the uterus the data tell us that placing two embryos into the uterus will produce more pregnancies than placing one
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