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Does a uterine polyp 3 weeks prior of embryo transfer could cause a healthy blastocyst with no chromosomes abnormalities not to implant?

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Dr. Christina Adberg
Obstetrics & Gynecology

In brief: Polyp not good

If we know that someone has an endometrial polyp, we like to remove it prior to an embryo transfer.
Miscarriage risk is increased if there are polyps. As expected, pregnancy rates are higher after hysteroscopies and polypectomies. Good luck!

In brief: Polyp not good

If we know that someone has an endometrial polyp, we like to remove it prior to an embryo transfer.
Miscarriage risk is increased if there are polyps. As expected, pregnancy rates are higher after hysteroscopies and polypectomies. Good luck!
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