Our expert says:
Dear Annabela Tinga
Whilst it is certainly possible to do a so-called double embryo transfer, the fact that your mother is 59 years old poses a serious obstetrical risk. This means that should she happen to conceive, the course of events in the pregnancy would be fraught with complications. These complications may be life threatening to her and therefore it would be unwise to pursue such an option.
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