The day of embryo transfer depends on the development of embryos. The embryologist selects best quality embryo (s) for transplantation. In Estonia, it is allowed to transplant up to 3 embryos, but it is usually recommended to transplant 1 embryo in order to avoid the possible risks associated with multiple pregnancies. If there is a surplus of embryos, intended parents have an option to freeze good quality embryos for future IVF treatments.
In our clinic it’s possible to give a helping hand to your embryo with EmbryoGlue: a medium specifically designed for embryo transfer can support implantation even more. EmbryoGlue is a medium that closely resembles the environment in the womb at the time of implantation.
Detection of pregnancy
To conceive, the embryo must attach to the inner surface of the woman’s uterus (or endometrium). Two weeks after embryo transfer, the blood test (hCG) shows whether the embryo has implanted. Clinical pregnancy can be detected 6 weeks after transplantation.
The success of in vitro fertilization is individual and depends on the causes of infertility. On average, about 30% of procedures succeed.
To get more information, book an online consultation with our gynaecologists.