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Implantation problems and solutions worth considering: IVF Case Study #IVFWEBINARS

In IVF treatment implantation is the moment when the transferred embryo adheres to the wall of the uterus. Only after this adhesion, the embryo can receive oxygen and nutrients from the mother in order to grow and survive. Implantation failure may also happen after natural conception when the embryo does not nest in the uterus or when it nests but the woman has an early miscarriage.

Implantation failure is still one of the most important challenges for infertility doctors. Recurrent implantation failure (at least four failure with good quality embryos) is also an important cause of repeated IVF failure. Have you experienced implantation problems during your IVF treatment? What is the recommended treatment in such a case? What solutions IVF specialists offer to such patients? What solution will be best in your case?

Do you have more questions? We have the answers. Watch the recording of the webinar with Dr. Robert Najdecki, Scientific Director of Assisting Nature, Greece.

We will soon publish the transcript of the Q&A session with Dr. Najdecki.

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About the Author

Robert Najdecki

Robert Najdecki

Robert Najdecki MD, PhD is a Reproductive Gynaecology Specialist. His experience in diagnosis and treatment of fertility disorders, such as endoscopic surgery is long and extensive and includes more than 6000 stimulated cycles. Dr. Najdecki’s vast experience in reproductive gynaecology and embryology has contributed greatly to his achievements in the field, e.g. the second baby birth through IVF technique in Poland and the first transvaginal, ultrasound OPU (oocyte retrieval), which resulted in second IVF baby being born in the nation. These successes opened new doors to a new era in IVF techniques that continues till now. Assisting Nature IVF clinic provides international couples who are struggling to conceive with the most advanced donor eggs programs in Greece.

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