I don’t know what will be the likelihood of live birth, but the embryo transfer can be about 10 to 15%, however, I am not sure about it. To have a successful IVF treatment, you need good eggs, good sperm, and a good womb with the ability to conceive. Again, you must ask your doctor about it. In Israel, we recommend implementing only one embryo at a time and freeze the other embryos for the next time. It’s also a medical decision, and I don’t want you to be disappointed, but I really want you to ask your doctor because it might be that you have very good embryos and if they have eight cells 3-day, they are probably very good embryos, and I wish you all the success.
An embryo with 8 cells means that the embryo has divided well, we don’t know anything about genetics, though. If we want to be sure, you can ask the doctors to take one cell out of the embryo and then to do a genetic test, then you will have the information about the genetics, and you’ll know if they are of good quality. The problem with eggs is that we are born with a certain number of eggs, so if I’m 60, my eggs are 60, as long as we are getting older, our oocytes are getting older too. The problem is that if oocytes are getting older, it means there are mistakes in the genes or chromosomal abnormalities. So have an open discussion with your doctor to get all the details and what your best options are.