Recurrent IVF failures?

The term recurrent IVF failures is used when a couple does not obtain a successful pregnancy after three or four embryo transfers.

Failed embryo transfers are often caused by:

  • Genetic deformations of the embryo. It’s possible to keep the risks to a minimum by performing preimplantation genetic screening (PGS).
  • The lack of endometrium receptivity. Fertilys has made major breakthroughs in this area. Our lab team has developed a state-of-the-art technology that modulates the receptivity of the uterine lining in women in the process of receiving in vitro fertilization treatment and who have experienced recurrent failures to conceive. This immunomodulation of endometrium significantly increases the chances of conceiving and bringing the pregnancy to term.

The effect on the couple of embryo transfer failure should not be minimized. The news can be hard to assimilate. For this reason, we offer a psychological support service aimed at helping you overcome this challenge.