Cryopreservation by Vitrification and Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET)
At 9months, we have given wings to the fertility potential of women by offering them with advance and modern techniques of verification & Egg Freezing. Embryo Freezing or Cryopreservation is a process in which the experts utilize the unused embryos for future use. The unused embryos are kept under -196 degree Celsius in a nitrogen tank. A Cryprotectant is a liquid that is used in the embryo freezing process to protect the embryos from ice crystal formation during freezing. Because of the Embryo Freezing Treatment couples don’t need to go through the IVF treatment because this technique provides them with another chance of getting pregnant after a failed cycle. Since there is no guarantee that all embryos remain alive during the freezing and thawing process. Doctors advise patients to have more embryos. So, ultimately your eggs are your babies and as a future mother you can protect them now from all the insecurities that you may have in terms of infertility through Vitrification & FET. Success rates for FET are better than fresh embryo transfers.
Fertility Preservation Procedure –
Embryo freezing: Embryo freezing is the best-studied and most widely used form of fertility preservation. Embryos are obtained through an advanced fertility treatment called in vitro fertilization (IVF). IVF has resulted in millions of live births in women and men with infertility. The ovaries are stimulated with injections of hormones that stimulate follicles on the ovaries to produce mature eggs. The process is closely monitored during 1-2 weeks of ultrasounds and blood draws. Once the eggs are mature, the egg retrieval procedure is performed using an ultrasound-guided needle while you are asleep under anesthesia. The process takes about 20 minutes. Eggs are fertilized with sperm and fertilized embryos are frozen for later use.
Egg freezing: The process is the same as for embryo freezing, however, eggs are frozen and are not fertilized with sperm. These eggs can then be thawed and fertilized in the future if and when they are needed. Egg freezing is a newer technology, but it is no longer considered experimental and may be an ideal option for young women, women without a partner, or patients who have personal concerns about embryo freezing.
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