Answer from: Halyna Strelko, MD
In most cases that we have done, we reach the blastocyst stage. Sometimes the embryo can be genetically abnormal as in normal IVF as well and we have a delivery and we have nine or ten pregnancy actually. We have done around 30 cases of this technique.
So, from the survival rate, we have good results from the pregnancy rate also not bad but there are no hundreds of transfers with this technique and it is difficult to say the exact statistics but as all of this cases are very difficult, even one pregnancy will be a good result.
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