There are multiple factors of multiple IVF failures, one need to perform the patient assessment and depending upon the evaluation choosing an advanced infertility treatment is the right choice. Also the factors like IVF center selection, their embryology team and laboratories also plays an important role in IVF success.
The quality of the embryo is the most likely cause for an IVF failure. Many embryos are unable to implant after transfer to the uterus because they are flawed in some way. Even the embryos that appear healthy in the lab can have abnormalities that lead them to perish rather than grow.
According to research, most couples will require roughly six embryo transfers before achieving pregnancy! But as IVF failure occurs due to several reasons, the number of IVF cycle attempts and failures vary for every couple.
In very few cases, women are likely to lose two consecutive pregnancies, most of which are due to implantation failure and are thus never recognized as clinical pregnancies.
IVF cycle is a critical process and preparing your body physically and emotionally for the procedure can be challenging.