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    Default Embryoscope???

    Quoted the wrong post
    Last edited by Mum-I-Am; 23-08-2015 at 18:56.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leyshoja View Post
    Wow, incredible!!!

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    Honestly I think so too. My DP bags me for the amount of times I've watched it. Wish it was a bit slower though..

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    Number 2 and 11 were transferred, both just started hatching yet STILL got a BFFN which I still can't believe. Two others were frozen and we will be transferring in 5 weeks - fingers crossed.

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    Mine is probably not a great example because there were only a few really good ones and it was obvious because they were hatching at day 5. BUT if say there was a larger qty of lesser quality ones and all similar looking, this would show which ones had been dividing the best. Or if you did say a 3 day transfer they would usually all look similar at maybe 6,7 or 8 cells but you wouldn't know which ones were dividing uniformly and therefore the best.
    Also the other big selling point is that the embryos remain completely undisturbed. They don't pull them out of the incubator intermittently to check their progress and put them at risk.

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    Thanks for the insight, I think we might book in to use it.

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    Talk to your doctor, and look at:
    http://www.cochrane.org/CD011320/MEN...undergoing-ivf

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    There is insufficient evidence of differences in live birth, miscarriage, stillbirth or clinical pregnancy to choose between TLS and conventional incubation. Further data explicitly comparing the incubation environment, the algorithm for embryo selection, or both, are required before recommendations for a change of routine practice can be justified.

    Buffy

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    Hmm that IS interesting.


 

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