How many PGD normal embryos to try?

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strose

How many PGD normal embryos to try?

Post by strose » Mon Aug 10, 2015 9:22 am

How many pgd/pgs normal (for ALL chromosomes) blasts (5 day) should one attempt to transfer before concluding that a patient likely has a uterine issue preventing pregnancy (even if there are no obviously identifiable uterine issues)? Have you seen many situations where a successful pregnancy is achieved after several failed pgd normal transfers (without an obvious uterine issue)? I may be attempting a completely new cycle and will be seeking a second opinion before doing so, but it is difficult to know if it makes sense to keep going. I was told that PGD is a game changer, but now I'm not so sure.

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Re: How many PGD normal embryos to try?

Post by Dr. Wisot » Mon Aug 10, 2015 8:09 pm

To answer this in a meaningful way one would have to know all the facts of your case and I don't even know your age. :?: The doctor who does the second opinion and has all the facts can give you the best answer.

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strose

Re: How many PGD normal embryos to try?

Post by strose » Tue Aug 11, 2015 8:36 am

I am 38. 8 blasts tested and only 2 were pgd normal. They were both grade 4BB. No obvious uterine issues. Can you recommend a particular doctor at your L.A. office for a second opinion?

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Re: How many PGD normal embryos to try?

Post by Dr. Wisot » Tue Aug 11, 2015 2:31 pm

Dr. Andy Huang works at both LA offices, Beverly Hills and Redondo Beach althouth this is something that any of us can handle. Bring all your records with you.

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