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Sequential Embryo Transfer

What is Sequential Embryo Transfer?

Sequential embryo transfer is a medical procedure that involves the transfer of two sets of developing embryos into the mother’s uterus at different phases of her menstrual cycle. SET is one of the most popular procedures when it comes to IVF. After becoming a trend worldwide, SET has made its mark in the Indian market as well.

When it comes to In-Vitro Fertilization, Sequential Embryo Transfer is among the most common and most popular techniques. In this process, two partially developed embryos prepared in a laboratory are transferred into the uterus of the mother, on day 2-3 and 5-6 of her menstrual cycle. This technique ensures the implantation of the best-developed embryo in the mother’s womb, resulting in better outcomes. Along with this, other factors also affect the success of the sequential embryo transfer procedure. The patients are advised to maintain a healthy diet, stay physically active, and take natural vitamin supplements.
What Is The Procedure of Sequential Embryo Transfer?

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Advantages of this technology are

Good embryo
implantation rate

pregnancy rate

Acceptable multiple pregnancy rate

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TESE and ICSI are two related treatments that help with male factor infertility. Men who do not generate sperm during ejaculation may have less sperm in the testicle, which can be extracted by TESE and used with ICSI to conceive a child.

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