Successful pregnancy in vitrified/warmed blastocyst intrafallopian transfer

Blastocyst intrafallopian transfer is a feasible option in cases of repeated difficult ETs, regardless of whether the patient shows cervical adhesions or any type of genital malformations.

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Gernot Tews, M.D., Omar Shebl, M.D., Marianne Moser, Ph.D., Thomas Ebner, Ph.D.

Vol 98, Issue 1 , Pages 52-54



To analyze whether the use of blastocyst intrafallopian transfer is a feasible option in a case of repeated difficult ET.


Case report.


Public hospital.


Forty-year-old nulliparous patient.


Transfer of two vitrified/warmed blastocysts into the right tube by means of laparoscopy.

Main Outcome Measure(s):

Successful ET, clinical pregnancy.


Successful ET procedure resulting in positive ß-hCG and clinical pregnancy.


In cases of repeated difficult ETs (regardless of whether the patient shows cervical adhesions or any type of genital malformations), blastocyst intrafallopian transfer can be a successful alternative approach.

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