Chances of getting pregnant at 39 after miscarriage

Using three embryos however is no better than two, and the study found it was linked with an increased risk of birth complications.Some fertility clinics have been accused of risking women’s health by implanting multiple embryos to increase the chances of a live birth.
NHS cuts fertility fundingThe policy is chiefly aimed at women aged 35 and under, who have the best chance of a baby using a single embryo because their eggs are usually in better condition than those of older women.
Numerous studies have documented the increased risk for miscarriage (pregnancy loss) and increase in infertility as women age. The graph below shows information about miscarriage rates after IVF (using own eggs) from the 2012 CDC report.

Miscarriage rates would be higher if early miscarriages (such as "chemical pregnancies") were included. Miscarriage rates for women with a history of infertility tend to be higher than for fertile women. The main reason for the increased risk for miscarriage in "older" women is due to the increase in chromosomal abnormalities (abnormal karyotype) in their eggs. Researchers say childless women have a better chance of success with IVF if they ignore official guidelines and go for two embryos instead of oneBut the latest research, by British scientists, found that data from more than 33,000 IVF births showed two embryos maximised the chances of having an IVF baby.

This results in lower chances for getting pregnant at all, as well as increasing the risk of miscarriage.

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