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I had a failed ivf with a biochemical pregnancy after i got 9 fertilized eggs and 6 4aa blastocyst. i put only 1. i am 33y . why it could happen?

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Dr. Gayane Ambartsumyan answered

Specializes in Fertility Medicine

See below: You should talk to your doctor as they know the details but not all good quality embryos are genetically normal and this could have been one of those. Good news is you have 3 other embryos and you are young! good luck!

Answered 9/28/2016

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Dr. Steven Lindheim answered

Specializes in Fertility Medicine

Several reasons: At least 60%-70% of all clinical pregnancies (seeing something in the uterus) are lost due to aneuploidy (abnormal genetics) to the conception. This would place biochemical losses even higher as the chemical didn't move forward to a clinical pregnancy suggesting even higher aneuploidy rate. Other considerations include uterine abnormalities and diseased fallopian tubes. Discuss with your doctor.

Answered 2/29/2016

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