Physicians and scientists at GENESIS publish medical study that describes which women going through IVF are most likely to conceive twins following an embryo transfer of more than a single embryo. Women between the ages of 34 and 40 who have an AMH equal to or greater than 2.8 ng/ml may be more likely to conceive twins than women with AMH less than 2.8 if transferring more than a single embryo. Thus, it may be prudent that women seriously consider an elective single embryo transfer if this is their first IVF attempt and they have a recent AMH equal to or greater than 2.8 ng/ml which is accompanied by more than one “good” quality embryo. Authors of the study include Reshef Tal, David Seifer, Henry Malter, Richard Grazi. The study appears in Reproductive BioMedicine Online . . . read more
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