How is Blastocyst Transfer Applied?

Cells are kept under strict monitoring until the 5th day of fertilized cells. Among the fertilized cells, the most healthy and quality cell with the best development is selected.

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Prof. Dr. Ulun ULUĞ
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Cells are kept under strict monitoring until the 5th day of fertilized cells. Among the fertilized cells, the most healthy and quality cell with the best development is selected. This selected cell is transferred to the uterus of the expectant mother on the fifth day. In the past, it was uncommon for embryos to be kept on Day 5 and then transferred. The reason for this was that the laboratory conditions were not suitable for keeping the embryos waiting that long, and the technological possibilities were limited. However, over time, it has been revealed that this method increases the chance of pregnancy. For this reason, laboratory environments have been developed, opportunities have increased and it has been possible to preserve embryos in the laboratory until the fifth day. In this way, embryos can be frozen under healthy conditions and the chance of pregnancy is increased.

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