What is the procedure for egg transfer?
An egg transfer to the uterus is normally a pain-free procedure lasting only a few minutes. We usually only transfer one egg. The decision on one or two eggs depends on the quality of the eggs, your age, the number of previous attempts and the cause of your childlessness.
This is done in the same way as a ordinary gynaecological examination, in which the doctor inserts a thin catheter through the cervical canal and places the egg surrounded by a bit of fluid in the uterus.
When the fertilised eggs are in the uterus, they can attach themselves to the endometrium and develop further.
The best chances with EmbryoGlue
You can choose to purchase the use of EmbryoGlue as an add-on in connection with the transfer of your eggs. By placing the embryo in EmbryoGlue before it is transferred to the uterus, you have an even better chance of the egg attaching to the uterus Read more
You can leave the fertility clinic immediately after the egg transfer.
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