We cover how many embryos to transfer, medicated vs. unmedicated cycles, fresh vs. frozen, and the do's and don'ts on transfer day itself.
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What you'll learn
We cover the advantages and disadvantages to single-embryo transfer, from a medical and financial standpoint. We train you to ask your doctor the relevant questions to establish the best protocol leading up to your transfer, which steps are appropriate to take on the day of transfer and which members of the team are best equipped to execute the transfer.
Course Syllabus5 Lessons1h 18m
- Lesson 1 (3 min)Introduction to Embryo Transfer & Course PlanIn this lesson we'll cover:
- Lesson 2 (33 min)How Many Embryos to Transfer?In this lesson we'll cover:
- The Decision Around How Many Embryos to Transfer
- The Risks of Multiple Embryo Transfer
- The Benefits of Multiple Embryo Transfer
- What About After A Failed Single Embryo Transfer?
- The Day 3 vs. Day 5 Wrinkle
- ASRM Recommendations For Number of Embryos To Transfer
- Financial Implications of Single Versus Multiple Embryo Transfer
- Who Decides How Many Embryos To Transfer
- Pro Tips
- Lesson 3 (23 min)Medicated vs. Unmedicated Frozen Transfers
- Lesson 4 (12 min)Improving Your Live Birth Rate Per TransferIn this lesson we'll cover:
- Lesson 5 (7 min)Endometrial Receptivity TestingIn this lesson we'll cover:
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