Frozen Embryo Transfer

Science has come a long way. With the latest developments, infertility has become treatable. If one was unable to conceive a child naturally, now they can with the help of science. Frozen embryo transfer is one of the important supplementary procedures in the treatment of infertility. It’s an IVF treatment where a cryopreserved embryo created in a full IVF cycle is thawed and transferred to the uterus.

When to Opt for
Frozen Embryo Transfer?

For this treatment, the uterine endometrium needs to be prepared for transfer during the previous menstrual cycle. The treatment begins with medications and injections. After the menstrual cycle, hormonal medication is given to prepare the endometrium with hormonal evaluation and serial monitoring by USG. When optimal endometrium is ready, frozen embryo transfer is done by a skilled IVF consultant. It can be done in the natural cycle as well. If all the conditions are optimum, the procedure can be completed in one menstrual cycle.

What are the precautions to be taken before the treatment?
How to take care post-treatment?
What are the risks involved in the treatment?
The success rate of using a frozen embryo for pregnancy is 70%-75% as compared to fresh embryo transfer which is 53.7%. For the treatment’s success, proper patient selection is necessary. It needs to be ensured that the endometrium is at its optimum for the frozen embryo. All aseptic precautions should be taken during transfer. Skilled technicians should be used for the transfer with proper information to the patient.
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Our Success Rate:

70%-75% of the female infertility cases

Average span of treatment:

One menstrual cycle in an optimum condition

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