Elective Single Embryo Transfer (eSET)

For several years the HFEA have been asking IVF clinics to reduce their rates of multiple pregnancy for reasons of safety for the mother and baby. This can only be achieved by a reduction in the number of 'two embryo transfers' that are carried out.

When considering elective single embryo transfer (eSET), GCRM-BELFAST has instigated policies which, in combination with advances in the laboratory, seek to ensure that the overall clinical pregnancy rate and chances of success for these patients are not reduced.