Frozen embryo transfer

For some couples, the fresh IVF cycle might not bring the desired result. It is often a case that as a result of such IVF cycle surplus embryos are obtained.

Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) program involves thawing cryopreserved embryos created from either patient’s or donor’s biological material and its transferring into prepared woman’s uterine cavity. The failed cycle is not the only reason why patients choose this type of infertility treatment. One of them is the cost which is considerably lower in comparison with new IVF course. Another one is the desire to have another baby after the successful IVF treatment.

Regardless of the reason why you choose this type of IVF treatment, you will need to provide the team of IVF specialists with the full report on your embryos and valid results of medical examinations performed before obtaining these embryos.

Before transferring your frozen embryos, we will stimulate your uterine lining by taking hormones such as progesterone and estrogen in order to achieve better embryo implantation. When you are ready for the procedure, embryo is thawed and transferred into your uterus at the same day.

In 10 – 14 days after the embryo transfer the pregnancy test is done in order to see whether the pregnancy has been achieved.

If you have any questions or would like to find out more information about this or any other type of treatment, please, fill out the form and we will contact you in the shortest terms. Our patient coordinators will be eager to provide you with all necessary information via email or Skype.