Frozen Embryo Transfer

After fertilisation, embryos are monitored and allowed to develop for 3 to 5 days, aiming for high-quality embryos. Selected embryos are transferred into the woman’s uterus. Embryo transfer can either be fresh or frozen depending on the individual patient profile. Most transfers are now frozen embryo transfers. This means that the embryo can be frozen and later thawed before transfer. This step enables more control over the timeline and can lead to a higher success rate than the direct embryo transfer. This way, aspiring parents can freeze and store any remaining best-quality embryos for future use and sibling journeys.

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