While it is possible to detect a pregnancy as soon as eight days after ovulation or fertilization, testing is most effective after day 14.
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There are so many unique factors in each IVF journey that there is no single recipe for success.
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During IVF it is normal to see a continual drop in numbers in embryo development, which, hopefully, leads to the few best embryos that will give you your baby.
Kristen Jones | Accredited Embryologist
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