Single Embryo Transfer (SET) is an embryo implantation procedure in which only one embryo is transferred into the uterus. There are many advantages to an Single Embryo Transfer over a Multi Embryo Transfer. Single Embryo Transfers reduces the possibility of a miscarriage as well as the need for a clinical abortion. There is also a much smaller probability of conceiving multiple children at once, increasing your chances for a strong, healthy pregnancy.
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- What is the Prelude Method, and how does it work?
- Why is The Prelude Method Relevant to Me?
- Who Is The Prelude Method For?
- Is the Prelude Method a Form of Egg Donation?
- What are the advantages of The Prelude Method?
- What is the Process for The Prelude Method?
- How Long Can Eggs be Stored?
- How Many Eggs Will You Collect?
- Can I Donate My Eggs to Someone Else?
- What Happens if I Choose Not To Use My Saved Eggs or Embryos?