Historically, women having IVF treatment in New Zealand had a high chance of having twins or triplets because up to three embryos were transferred in each treatment cycle. However, these multiple pregnancies carried with them a significant risks of premature birth and health problems to the babies such as cerebral palsy. For this reason, it is now standard practice in New Zealand to only transfer a single embryo in each IVF cycle. Any excess embryos remaining after the transfer, are kept in the laboratory until they can be assessed for freezing. Approximately 50% of females can expect to end up with embryos frozen which provides them with an additional chance of pregnancy in one or more subsequent embryo thaw cycles.
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