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Do mosaic embryos have birth defects?

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Answer from: Andrea Sánchez Freire

Senior Embryologist ReproMed Ireland
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Yes, it depends on the level of the mosaicism, sometimes we have a low mosaic, we can always transfer with counselling, but yes, it depends.

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