I have had 4 blastocyst failures in the last yr. Just wondering what you think my chances are for implantation a 5 th time. I am 32 with no fallopian tubes?
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Research has shown that the chance of success diminishes after 5 full attempts. You will still have the same chance of implantation. I would recommend you have an endometrial scratch before you have your embryo transferred.