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Can mosaic embryos correct themselves?

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Answer from: Andrea Sánchez Freire

Senior Embryologist ReproMed Ireland
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Yes, the embryos most likely corrected themselves. But depending on the stage of the embryo; sometimes, if it’s on day two or day three and it only affects one cell, there are studies saying the embryo can be corrected by itself. But it depends on the stage and the blastocyst, but this is still uncertain, so we need more evidence to know all this.

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Do mosaic embryos have the ability of self-correction?

Can a mosaic embryo be normal? Can abnormal embryo correct itself? Do mosaic embryos have birth defects?

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