Frozen Embryo Transfer
Cryopreservation (freezing) is a gentle way of cryopreserving embryos in special cryocontainers with liquid nitrogen at tthe temperature of -196 ° C.
We use the GAVI vitrification machine in our IVF Laboratory – GAVI frozen embryo transfers are more successful than the previous method and pregnancy is better.
This rapid freezing method – vitrification – allows the water inside and surrounding the embryo to instantaneously super cool into a solid state with no ice crystal formation at all.
When are embryos are frozen (vitrified)?
– When there are more than one embryo of suitable quality retrieved after an IVF cycle
– If fresh transfer is not recommended for health reasons (OHSS
, polyp, etc.)
– You can even store your embryos before radiotherapy or chemotherapy, which can damage germ cells and subsequently cause fertility disorders.
Before your frozen embryo transfer you need to contact our IVF coordinators
to schedule for an ultrasound check up, which is usually carried out between 12th to 14th day of your cycle cycle. Optimally call in at the beginning of the cycle. If the doctor finds that it is suitable to perform the FET, it usually takes place on the 19th day of your cycle (depending on the length of the cycle).
– Number of FETs has risen significantly, compared to fresh cycles after stimulation. Higher percentage of frozen embryo transfers
s is to a certain extent given to the fact that all embryos after PGT
after biopsy are frozen and transferred in later cycles. Impact on the success of frozen embryo transfers is potentiated by natural-transfers in unstimulated cycles.
– Given that prolonged cultivation, examination PGT on blastocysts and their subsequent their vitrification, and transfer of one embryo examined by PGT methods in a natural cycle, it is in our opinion and experience currently the most appropriate procedure IVF. Therefore we perform increasing numbers of PGT frozen embryo transfers cycles with a very high success rates.
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