How soon after frozen embryo transfer the embryo starts implanting?

Frozen Embryo. hi, the time between a pregnancy attempt and a pregnancy test is commonly called the ‘two week wait, because it takes days for embryo to reach uterus, implants and starts secreting enough hormone to be detected in pregnancy test. So wait 2 wks before you check home pregnancy.

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What does a frozen embryo transfer entail? How much time off will I need to take from work? Are they less likely to implant?

Depends on freeze & the doctor's/center's protocols. Vitrified embryos have a success rate equal to fresh in most of todays' programs; embryos frozen in the older 'slow freeze' method are roughly 1/2 as likely to result in pregnancy vs. fresh. Time-off-work is less than with a fresh IVF cycle but can vary a lot form center to center. Read more...

I had frozen embryo transfer today and strained from constipation. I am worried that the pushing may have harmed the implant.?

Doubtful. If your embryos were frozen before the blastocyst stage they are not even ready to implant. Most failures to implant are due to genetically abnormal embryos with a a smaller number due to technical problems with the embryo transfer or a non receptive uterus. Bearing down will not cause an ivf failure, but worrying about it may lower your chances, so try not to. Read more...

Does a polypectomy 3 weeks prior of embryo transfer cause the embryo not to implant? Maybe because it didn't heal?

Where was UR polyp? Are you talking about polyps of the nose, stomach, colon, uterus, or some other structure? Happy to help if you can clarify the circumstance of your question--. Read more...

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

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! Read more...

Is there any benefit to using hCG after frozen embryo transfer?

Unlikely. You mean natural cycle frozen embryo transfer with HCG used to trigger ovulation. There is no evidence that using HCG has additional benefits compared to awaiting natural lh surge and spontaneous ovulation. Hcg injection though may help with timing of frozen embryo transfer as compared to awaiting lh surge which may be missed or happen in an inconvenient day. Read more...

What are the chances of ectopic after frozen embryo transfer?

Very low. The chances of an ectopic pregnancy after an embryo transfer are very low. As long as the embryo is placed the cavity the chances of tubal pregnancy are very low. Read more...