Our expert says:
In the same way that men have deteriorating sperm quality (morphology), there appears to be a growing number of younger women producing bizarre or abnormal eggs, which lead to fertilisation failure. However, the situation may vary from cycle to cycle and from IVF to IVF and therefore my advice to you would be to continue trying. Also at this point it might be advisable to return to a natural cycle IVF so that the best egg, which the body selects naturally, could be utilised and may result in a good quality embryo. Furthermore natural cycles are cost effective in this situation and should three natural cycle IVF's fail, perhaps one could look at options which may be undertaken in the laboratory setting and which I would gladly discuss with you at that stage.
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