Many ART clinics around the world, particularly those with little expertise, execute Cleavage stage transfers rather than blastocyst transfers. Although it has been proven without a shadow of a doubt that Blastocyst transfer is superior, personal failure after switching to Blastocyst transfer has demotivated many people from making the switch. The purpose of this article is to describe how we at the University Hospital used evidence-based decisions to improve our culture while also raising our pregnancy rates. Despite the fact that the result of an ART cycle is dependent on a variety of clinical and laboratory parameters, the goal of this study was to thoroughly examine the many benefits and drawbacks of changing. In a German lab, where blastocyst culture is the norm, the process adheres to international norms. From 2014 to 2018, 1126 ART cycles were done at UKSH’s University Reproductive Medical Unit in Kiel. Between 2014 and 2018, pregnancy rates improved in both cleavage stage (day 3) and blastocyst transfer, with a 1.4-fold rise each year. Improved lab culture conditions resulted in a significant increase in pregnancy rates. The purpose of this essay is to encourage readers to make decisions to enhance lab blastocyst culture settings before switching to blastocyst culture to improve pregnancy rates, rather than switching to blastocyst culture for all.


Author (S) Details

A. Deenadayal Mettler
Division of Reproductive Medicine, University Clinics of Schleswig-Holstein (UKSH), Germany.

S. Von Otte
Division of Reproductive Medicine, University Clinics of Schleswig-Holstein (UKSH), Germany.

V. Guenther
Division of Reproductive Medicine, University Clinics of Schleswig-Holstein (UKSH), Germany.

I. Alkatout
Division of Reproductive Medicine, University Clinics of Schleswig-Holstein (UKSH), Germany.

L. Mettler
Division of Reproductive Medicine, University Clinics of Schleswig-Holstein (UKSH), Germany.

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