Embryo transfer: Why is one better than two?
Transferring a single embryo helps to prevent the risks of a multiple pregnancy The natural incidence of spontaneous multiple pregnancies is 1 in every 85-90 births. However, there has been an increase in multiple pregnancies in recent years in the developed countries, largely due to assisted reproduction treatments. Most people believe that it is a risk that must be taken because the greater the number of embryos transferred, the greater the possibility of achieving pregnancy, although this is not always the case. Initially, the mother usually presents anaemia or increased blood pressure, which may lead to pre-eclampsia, a disease...Read More