What Can I Expect During an Egg Transfer? – Dr. Jenny Cook

by | Babies and Pregnancy, MonashIVFJC, Procedures, Sexual Health, Women's Health

The day of the egg transfer is a very brief visit. We would bring you in. It’s really no more than a pap smear. You lie down. I visualise the cervix and then I just put the embryo into a very fine catheter.

The whole process of egg transfer takes about a minute. And then again, we I get you to just talk to the nurses briefly afterwards just to make sure you’re okay. And then we get you back after nine days to do the pregnancy test.

Dr. Jenny Cook is a Fertility Specialist who works at the Monash IVF clinic. She has published widely in the area of Gynaecological Laparoscopy and has presented at many national and international meetings.She is recognised for her experience in laparoscopic gynaecological procedures.

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