In principle yes, but it is also important to know the quality of the embryos transferred. For example, if an embryo of quality A is transferred, there will be a greater possibility of pregnancy than if two embryos of worse quality of grade D are transferred.
Therefore, it will be necessary to evaluate different aspects such as the quality of the embryos, the origin of the eggs, the endometrial receptivity, etc. in order to decide on the number of embryos to be transferred in order to have a high guarantee of success.
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