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    I was a year older than you when we did our cycle. The fs said due to my age he wouldn't transfer two until third cycle. We transferred one and fell pregnant straight away. Good luck xx

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    Our fertility specialist said that they only put one in as their goal is to get one healthy baby. There are increased risks associated with multiples in pregnancy & birth. We did three separate transfers, one fresh & 2 frozen & only put in one each time & I was 38. Good luck.

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    The fertility clinic we went through has a "one embryo is best" policy and generally won't consider a double transfer if you're under 34. They may consider it if you write a letter to the medical director, but they most likely wouldn't allow it on your first transfer.

    We did IVF/ICSI on our first cycle when I had just turned 28 and happily fell pregnant. If it's predominantly male factor you're dealing with then you've got a great chance of being successful with single embryo transfers within 3 cycles.


 

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