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Dr. Elena Lapina:
Why is it especially important to do a single embryo transfer in case of immunological implantation dysfunction?
Every embryo is unique and has specific antigenic features, which means that the immune system is going to react slightly differently to each embryo.
In case of double embryo transfer, one of the embryos can be rejected by the mother’s immune system and another does not cause any negative reactions. In this case, the response to both of these embryos will be the same — negative. By transferring just one embryo at a time we reduce the risk of negative immune reaction of the mother against the embryo.
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