Before starting the transfer process, the couple is given detailed information about the number and quality of the embryos to be transferred. The transfer method, frankly, is no different from a very simple inspection process. No medication or anesthesia is required. Before the transfer, the only thing required is for the expectant mother to drink water and fill her bladder a little. Because the transfer process is performed under ultrasonographic observation. During the transfer process, a medical thin tube loaded with embryos is passed through the cervix and placed into the uterus. Thus, the embryos are left in the uterus. If there are good quality embryos or embryos left after the implantation process, the consent of the couple is obtained and the quality embryos are frozen and stored for future use. After the transfer, the couple is sent home after resting for a while (3-4 hours) in our IVF Hospital. The expectant mother is asked to spend the day just resting. In order to support the development of pregnancy, progesterone, estrogen and/or HCG (hormone) supplementation can be started after egg collection or embryo transfer. It is possible to learn the result of the treatment with the pregnancy test performed 2 weeks after the embryo transfer. If the pregnancy test is positive, an ultrasound appointment will be made after 3 weeks to observe your baby's heartbeat.