Why complete and prolonged bed rest after embryo transfer is not recommended
IVF consists of many stages: stimulating the ovaries to produce several eggs, fertilizing the eggs in the lab to create embryos, and lastly transferring an embryo back to the mother’s womb. Embryo transfer is a complex procedure that necessitates the creation of ideal circumstances in order to maximize the possibilities of embryo implantation and clinical pregnancy.
A peer-reviewed study undertaken by the research team from University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH), the University of Birmingham, and University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust which was published in Human Reproduction Update, indicated that prolonged bed rest following embryo transfer was related with a 15% reduction in clinical pregnancy probability.
The findings imply that following the embryo transfer operation, women should be encouraged to resume their normal daily activities.
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