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Elective Single Embryo Transfer (e-SET) is most appropriate for those with a good prognosis: age <35 years, more than one top-quality embryo available for transfer, first or second treatment cycle, previous successful IVF, and recipients of embryos from donated eggs.
Women aged 35–40 years may be considered for eSET if they have top-quality blastocyst-stage embryos available for transfer
In women 43 years of age or older, there are insufficient data to recommend a limit on the number of embryos to transfer.
In donor-egg cycles, the age of the donor should be used to determine the appropriate number of embryos to transfer. But when the donor is <5 years of age or younger, SET should be strongly considered.
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