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First Irish delivery following sequential, two-stage embryo and blastocyst transfer.
Hayrinen, L H; Sills, Eric Scott; Fogarty, Alicia O; Walsh, David J; Lutsyk, Alexander D; Walsh, Anthony PH
<p>This article is also available from <a href="http://www.ijms.ie">www.ijms.ie</a></p> <p>BACKGROUND: The timing of embryo transfer (ET) after in vitro fertilisation (IVF) remains controversial, and there are no reliable guidelines available to prospectively identify which patients would benefit from either day-3 or blastocyst transfer. While blastocyst transfer is generally favoured over day-3 transfers, very few IVF patients get both in the same treatment cycle.</p> <p>CASE DESCRIPTION: We report on a 35.5-year-old female with tubal factor infertility who underwent IVF, which included transfer of a fresh day-3 embryo and a thawed blastocyst frozen at day 6. Transfer occurred on two separate days (days 3 and 6) in a two-stage/dual catheter fashion and resulted in a healthy term singleton livebirth.</p> <p>CONCLUSIONS: While combined day-3 and day-5 ET has been available elsewhere for several years, this is the first description of its successful application in Ireland and confirms the effectiveness of coordinated two-stage transfer in a single IVF treatment cycle.</p>
Keyword(s): Adult; Embryo Transfer; Female; Fertilization in Vitro; Humans; Ireland; Live Birth; Pregnancy; Medicine and Health Sciences; Obstetrics and Gynecology
Publication Date:
2012
Type: Journal article
Peer-Reviewed: Yes
Institution: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
Citation(s): Hayrinen LH, Sills ES, Fogarty AO, Walsh DJ, Lutsyk AD, Walsh AP. First Irish delivery following sequential, two-stage embryo and blastocyst transfer. Irish Journal of Medical Science. 2012;181(3):349-51
File Format(s): application/pdf
Related Link(s): http://epubs.rcsi.ie/obsgynart/18
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