Successful pregnancy in vitrified/warmed blastocyst intrafallopian transfer
Blastocyst intrafallopian transfer is a feasible option in cases of repeated difficult ETs, regardless of whether the patient shows cervical adhesions or any type of genital malformations.
Gernot Tews, M.D., Omar Shebl, M.D., Marianne Moser, Ph.D., Thomas Ebner, Ph.D.
Volume 98, Issue 1 , Pages 52-54, July 2012
To analyze whether the use of blastocyst intrafallopian transfer is a feasible option in a case of repeated difficult ET.
Forty-year-old nulliparous patient.
Transfer of two vitrified/warmed blastocysts into the right tube by means of laparoscopy.
Main Outcome Measure(s):
Successful ET, clinical pregnancy.
Successful ET procedure resulting in positive ß-hCG and clinical pregnancy.
In cases of repeated difficult ETs (regardless of whether the patient shows cervical adhesions or any type of genital malformations), blastocyst intrafallopian transfer can be a successful alternative approach.