The decision on the number of embryos to be transferred to the uterus of the woman in charge of carrying the pregnancy to term should be made according to medical recommendations. However, it will be important to evaluate aspects such as the quality of the embryos, the moment of embryonic development, the characteristics of the endometrium and the origin of the eggs.
For example, if the eggs come from young donors and the embryos are in day 5 of development and are of grade A, the best thing to do is to transfer a single embryo to avoid a possible multiple pregnancy, as well as the consequences that it may trigger.
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By Marta Barranquero Gómez (embryologist), Sara Salgado (embryologist) and Romina Packan (babygest staff).
Last Update: 12/17/2020