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Had IVF 2 day transfer of 3 embryos: a 2 cell, a 4 cell, and a 1 cell. The 2 & 4 cell were the highest grade. What is my chance of success? I'm 41.

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Dr. Michael Opsahl
Fertility Medicine
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In brief: Ask your doc

Each clinic determines their own success rates.
Pregnancy rates vary considerably from clinic to clinic. For example, we always transfer on day 3 and day 5, so i would have trouble giving you a comparable success rate. However, in general, embryos should be 4 cells on day 2 and the smaller embryos are likely of lower quality. The us national average for 41 yo = 12%. Best wishes.

In brief: Ask your doc

Each clinic determines their own success rates.
Pregnancy rates vary considerably from clinic to clinic. For example, we always transfer on day 3 and day 5, so i would have trouble giving you a comparable success rate. However, in general, embryos should be 4 cells on day 2 and the smaller embryos are likely of lower quality. The us national average for 41 yo = 12%. Best wishes.
Dr. Michael Opsahl
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Dr. Nurit Winkler
Fertility Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Depends

It is difficult to grade the embryos accurately on day 2 since it is so early and the embryos will undergo further changes before implantation.
Of the 3 embryos one of them (4 cell) seems perfect. Statistically the chances of pregnancy at age 41 with ivf 15% - 20 % . Goody luck.

In brief: Depends

It is difficult to grade the embryos accurately on day 2 since it is so early and the embryos will undergo further changes before implantation.
Of the 3 embryos one of them (4 cell) seems perfect. Statistically the chances of pregnancy at age 41 with ivf 15% - 20 % . Goody luck.
Dr. Nurit Winkler
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