WHAT IS EMBRYO FREEZING?
Embryo freezing is a process that allows the preservation of good quality embryos in liquid nitrogen at -196 ° C for long periods of time, preserving their physical and functional integrity without deteriorating over time.
WHEN IT IS PERFORMED?
Embryo freezing is performed on all those occasions when the number of good quality embryos is greater than the number of embryos to be transferred to the uterus in an In Vitro Fertilization cycle.
This situation is increasingly common in IVF cycles for improvements in all aspects of treatment.
These frozen embryos can be used in a new attempt later in the process known as cryotransfer, without the need to go through ovarian stimulation again.
What allows embryo freezing?
- To conserve the embryos indefinitely (within the current legal framework contemplated in Law 14/2006)
- Preserving the quality of the embryos
- Accumulate embryos for preimplantation genetic studies
- Achieving more than one pregnancy with a single In Vitro Fertilization cycle
of survival to the thawing process
MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
It’s quite simple. All you have to do is contact Embriogyn and make an appointment with our specialists at the time that suits you best. In case you can’t come in person to the clinic, visits can also be arranged via Skype.