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    What is the Eeva Test?

    So everyone is familiar with this new non-invasive embryo selection test. Here are some facts about the test:

    • Eeva stands for "early embryo viability test"
    • It's a non-invasive test
    • It's cleared by the FDA

    The test was designed to help your IVF team with selecting the best embryos.

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    You have shared good details about Eeva Test.It was generally designed to provide your IVF team with reliable, objective information to select embryos with greater confidence as they strive to do everything possible to improve your odds of a successful pregnancy.

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    Time lapsing embryos using certain parameters to see if they could survive past day 3 to day 5. My clinic just lets them be and see which one does develop.

    I am not sure, however, after day 5, what they do....if it can predict the quality then nor just base it on the growth in the first three days.
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    Auxogyn’s non-invasive Early Embryo Viability Assessment Test (Eeva) may improve in vitro fertilization (IVF) outcomes by providing patients with objective information on embryo viability. Eeva automatically analyzes embryo development against scientifically and clinically validated cell-division timing parameters.
    With greater opportunity for success, it may be possible to reduce multiple births by enabling single embryo transfer for a large number of patients.
    The Eeva Test (Eeva stands for Early Embryo Viability Assessment) is the only FDA-approved test for aiding the embryologist in making this selection.
    If a healthy embryo is used for IVF transfer, there is a greater chance of success. This is a fairly new assessment procedure that promises improvement in resolving infertility issues in couples.
    I hope this information was necessary and useful. In the understanding of this topic.

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