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If I get up after the embryo transfer, will it fall out?

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Although there are many studies with various statistics regarding pregnancy rates and bed rest, the majority agree that there is no significant decrease in implantation rates if a patient gets up after an embryo transfer immediately. Patients are encouraged to limit activity for two weeks after the transfer, but this is only for the peace of mind for the patient. The cervix immediately contracts after the transfer is complete and there is no chance of the embryo “falling out”.

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