Frozen Embryo Transfer
A Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) is a cycle where a frozen embryo from a past IVF cycle is defrosted and moved once more into a woman’s uterus. This implies you won’t need to experience another cycle of hormone stimulation and egg accumulation. Embryo freezing gives you more open doors for a pregnancy for every hormone stimulation cycle and collection.
During fresh IVF cycle, we’ll have the capacity to make more than one embryo, however there are no difficulties connected with multiple pregnancies, so we won’t exchange more than one embryo at once. We’ll suggest transferring one and freezingthe others. If you don’t get pregnant in that first cycle, we can exchange another embryo during next cycle.