FAQs after assisted reproduction

It is normal to have doubts and questions after an assisted reproduction treatment. This page will help you to resolve and answer them.

We will know if you are pregnant approximately 15 days after your assisted reproduction treatment. To find out, we recommend running a hormonal assay called a Beta-hCG blood test. If it is positive, that means you are pregnant. You will have to continue with the medication until your appointment at the clinic. At that point, we will confirm the pregnancy using ultrasound.

After an unsuccessful assisted reproduction treatment, you may find that you become depressed and possibly lose faith in the technique. Consult your specialist to find out about the prognosis of your case and whether it is worth trying a different technique or treatment.

Trust in the figures that we provide you about treatment effectiveness and bear in mind that the accumulated probability of pregnancy increases after various attempts (visit the Ginefiv success rates section).

The current assisted reproduction law in Spain limits the maximum number of
embryos that be transferred to three

It is currently not possible to make this assurance. The only thing we can do is select the embryos which are of the best quality from a morphological point of view. If there are enough embryos and if this is recommendable for your specific case, you can opt for long embryo culture (blastocyst culture) or for a pre-implantation test to increase the chances of implantation.

YES. However, after successful assisted reproduction, the percentage of miscarriage
is slightly higher than in other pregnancies.

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