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When do we speak of recurrent implantation failure?

By Babygest Staff .
Last Update: 12/31/2020

According to most fertility specialists, a recurrent implantation failure occurs when pregnancy is not achieved after the transfer of at least 3 good quality embryos. However, at present there is no exact criteria for this term.

It is a condition that is attributed when there is failure of a successive number of IVF cycles.