Embryo transfer is the last step in vitro fertilization. The idea is to get the patient pregnant with a healthy baby. So, we select the best embryo to transfer. For selecting the best embryo for transfer we pay attention to the how good they look. A total Quality Scoring (TQS) method, and also the correct number of chromosomes in embryo. The data shows TQS is the most sensitive criteria and correlates with pregnancy. The TQS is used to select top-quality blastocyst to transfer for either fresh or frozen embryo.
In Harvest Fertility we use the best techniques and devices for embryo transfer which is based on our embryologists’ extensive experience and knowledge. Recently based on new research we use a low volume transfer syringe which results in a better clinical pregnancy rate in clinic.2