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Trying to concieve through ICSI. Embryo not implanted due to ovarian hyper stimulation syndrome. Suggested FET. Suggestions?

dear doctor ,i am trying to concive through ICSI egg collection was good and embryoes were formed but i had overian hyper stimulation syndrome at that time so my embro was not implanted doctor said to go for age is 34 and hormonal level and uterine thickness is fine...will the process be successful?? does ohss increases chance of having abnormal or dead baby?/
Asked On : Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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Ovarian hyper stimulation syndrome is over response of your body to fertility inducing drugs. It is characterized by increase in size of your ovaries, fluid and electrolyte imbalance which may affect your body adversely. So whenever there is risk of moderate to severe OHSS embryo transfer is not done in same cycle and embryos are frozen to do frozen embryo transfer ( FET) in later date when your body recovers from OHSS. FET success rates are equally good. OHSS does not increase chance of having abnormal or dead baby but increases risk to your own body.

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