I talked about 5 or 6 embryos, in total, from different IVF to define that someone has recurrent implantation failure.
So actually, we only need 1, as you know, the more we have if we are over 42, of course, the better chances for finding euploid embryos. On the other hand, if you’re 42 and your AMH is low, and if you take medications, but you won’t produce more than 2 eggs, we can do several natural cycles. We can deposit 2 or 3 blastocysts after 9 natural cycles, for example, and to do genetic testing on the 3 blastocysts after 1 year of trying that should be the maximum, so a doctor needs to put the threshold for how long you should try and out of this 2-3 blastocysts if you’re lucky, you can have a normal blastocyst. At the age of 42, this probability is around 15%.