Ultrasound-Guided embryo transfer

The ultrasound-guided embryo transfer has been available since 2006. It is suitable for women who cannot conceive due to low implantation rates.

Ultrasound embryo transfer

Ultrasound embryo transfer

In ultrasound-guided embryo transfer, embryos are transferred into the womb with a catheter.

As the catheter can be seen clearly with ultrasound, the embryos are therefore placed more accurately to increase the chances of pregnancy.

The ultrasound-guided embryo transfer has been available since 2006. It is suitable for women who cannot conceive due to low implantation rates.

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