In an in vitro fertilization, embryo transfer takes place in the same cycle in which the ovaries are stimulated and the embryos are generated. However, on many occasions, this is not ideal. The development of several follicles in the ovaries, upon receipt of various stimulus from different follicles, can deconstruct the endometrium and disrupt its implantation capacity. […]
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