Treatments

Embryos Freezing

If there are more embryos than those transferred to the woman in a treatment cycle, they will be frozen to perverse them for a while, thus allowing future transfers, either because the first treatment did not achieve pregnancy, or the couple want another child without the need of undergoing again all the process of in vitro fertilization.

When do we freeze embryos?
If there are more embryos than those transferred to the woman in a treatment cycle, they will be frozen to perverse them for a while, thus allowing future transfers, either because the first treatment did not achieve pregnancy, or the couple want another child without the need of undergoing again all the process of in vitro fertilization. In the latter case, the woman does not undergo an ovarian stimulation or puncture of her ovaries, therefore, the whole process would be more convenient and economical.

Does this technique have good results?
Historically the results with frozen embryos have been less successful than with other treatments, but in recent years with the introduction of the vitrification technique they are almost comparable. We must emphasize that there is no increased risk of abortion or birth defects when achieving a pregnancy with previously cryopreserved embryos.

Remember:

  • Frozen embryos can be used throughout your reproductive life.
  • There is a bank of donated embryos from couples who after achieving pregnancy are willing to help other people in a similar situation.
  • In order to perform this technique the signing of an informed consent by the two members of the couple is required, as well as a negative infectious serology, to ensure the good health of your child.

 

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