What Happens During and After Implantation
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After the egg is successfully fertilized by a viable sperm, it travels through the Fallopian tube towards the uterus. It then attaches itself to the lining of the uterus so that it can continue to grow properly. The whole process, from fertilization to implantation, usually takes about 9-10 days. What is the Frozen Embryo Transfer Process? Frozen Embryo transfer a process within the IVF or ART, Aided Reproductive Technology process. Generally, embryo transfer is completed forty eight hours after the egg has been inseminated by the sperm cell. At this point, cell division is already occurring and there will be a minimum of four cells visible inside the embryo once itís examined under the microscope. How Does Frozen Embryo Transfer Work? The frozen embryo transfer process is very simple. For the bulk of women, transferring the embryo is simple and painless. itís done once the woman is conscious, therefore no anaesthetic is needed. A vaginal speculum is used to open the walls of the v

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