Recurrent Implantation Failure: Why Me?

Implantation of the embryos depends upon on a well-developing embryo and a synchronous healthy endometrium. It seems deceptively simple. However, for such success to manifest, a highly-organized and amazingly intricate web of molecular interactions must first occur. When pregnancy does not occur, our inclination is to look for both an answer and for a correction. […]

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Recurrent Pregnancy Loss: Genetic/Chromosomal

Approximately 60% to 70% of pregnancy losses whether as an isolated event (one) or recurrent (two or more)are numerically chromosomally abnormal. The most common chromosomal abnormality is Trisomy 16 which occurs in 26% of losses. Trisomy 16 is incompatible with life and has never been described progressing more than 11 weeks of gestation. The second […]

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