Embryo Transfer (eSET)
When a woman undergoes in vitro fertilization (IVF), she is usually given medicines to stimulate her ovaries to develop more than one egg at a time. Typically, all the eggs that are collected are fertilized with sperm. The fertilized eggs are monitored to see if any develop into embryos. One or more embryos are then transferred back to her uterus.
What is elective single-embryo transfer or eSET?
Elective single-embryo transfer (eSET) is when a woman undergoing IVF chooses to have a single embryo transferred when multiple embryos are available.
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