In this study, we aimed to evaluate the pregnancy outcomes for embryos biopsied twice at cleavage and blastocyst stage for preimplantation genetic testing (PGT). This retrospective monocentric study, conducted between January 2016 and March 2021, described all PGT results on one hand and the PGT results for undiagnosed embryos submitted to a second biopsy on the other hand. Among the 5865 embryos biopsied during the study period, 510 embryos were genetic undiagnosed after the first embryo biopsy at cleavage stage (8.7%). The rate of undiagnosed embryos was significantly higher for PGT for structural rearrangement (PGT-SR) than PGT for monogenic disease (PGT-M) (10.2% vs 7.4% respectively, p < 0.001). Thirty-three embryos were compatible with a second biopsy at blastocyst stage before being directly frozen. Among them 17 were diagnosed as healthy for the researched pathology (51.5%). At the time of our study, 11 of the 17 preserved embryos were thawed and transferred. Embryo survival at thawing was 100% and 5 pregnancies were obtained (clinical pregnancy rate of 45.5% per transfer), including 3 live births. A second biopsy for inconclusive embryos after PGT does not seem to have an impact on thaw survival and implantation rate. For couple, this strategy avoids to discard transferable embryos.