Fertility Education

Fertility Education2018-10-12T16:12:47+00:00

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Will Frozen Embryo Transfer Work For Me?

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If you are using in vitro fertilization to start a family, you may have already undergone a cycle of fresh embryo transfer which was unsuccessful. If you have viable frozen embryos available, you can use them next time you try to get pregnant. Alternatively, if you did have a child as a result of your fresh embryo transfer, and you would like to have a second child, you will be all set to use your previously frozen embryos for transfer. 

October 1st, 2018|

Do Frozen Embryo Transfers Take Longer to Implant?

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Some women who are undergoing fertility treatment have embryos left over after the first cycle. To avoid wasting these, you can have them frozen, to be used in later cycles if desired. Only the highest quality embryos will be chosen for freezing. Embryos can be frozen at several different stages of development such as when they are comprised of a single cell or when they have divided into two to eight cells.

September 28th, 2018|

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