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Embryo Freezing

 

Embryos which are not used in a particular ART cycle are preserved for future use. Once embryos are frozen and stored, they remain viable for long periods of time. About half of frozen embryos will survive thawing and can be transferred. Cryopreservation enables some embryos to be used in the ART cycle and some to be stored for future use in a natural cycle (a cycle without hormonal stimulation). Cryopreservation may also lower the cost of subsequent ART procedures because the first few stages (ovarian stimulation, egg retrieval) do not have to be repeated when the frozen embryos are used.

       

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