A maximum of two embryos will be transferred to the uterus for possible implantation. Even by limiting the embryos transfered, we still encounter twin pregnancies in approximately 25% of our patients. Any excess good embryos will be frozen and can be used for a future ivf cycle. They can also be kept for up to 5 yrs. Some of our patients have had a single ivf egg collection and subsequently had three children as a result. The first baby came from the fresh embryos and then after the birth, the frozen embryos resulted in two further pregnancies and deliveries.
What happens to extra embryos following the IVF treatment?
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