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They could still retrieve the eggs and fertilize them with her husbands sperm but they would not put the embryos back in because the estrogen is too low for them to implant. Its not useful to waste the embryos on a cycle that is not a good cycle. Not sure what you mean by "barren". Usually the definition of "barren" is infertile, so yes she is. Many women who have infertility can become pregnant with ivf. Often if the cycle is aborted, the insurance will pay for a second cycle. Many times 2 or 3 cycles are requires. The majority of ivf patients pay out of pocket and are not covered by insurance.