What is the vitality ratio of frozen embryos?

It is possible to capture 98-99% viability during the technical freezing, storage and thawing process of eggs, sperm and embryos. The high pregnancy rates obtained with frozen embryos are the most important factors that show the success level of the clinics. If the service provided in an IVF center is at the best level, the number of frozen materials during and after the treatment process is just as much.

Therefore, how successful a center is can be easily seen by looking at the freezing rates of embryos and the successful results obtained with frozen embryos.

The method used in the thawing and freezing processes, the technological equipment and the experience of the embryos affect the success in the most important way. Due to these effects, although many in vitro fertilization centers provide embryo freezing and thawing services, there is a significant difference in the rate of treatment success. Thanks to the embryology laboratory of the clinic equipped with advanced technology and experienced embryos, it can achieve successful results with a high rate in embryo freezing and thawing processes.

Transfer procedures should usually be done 3-6 days after ovulation. After which day the embryo is frozen determines the process in which the transfer will take place before ovulation.

Blood hormones (E2, progesterone and LH) should be monitored and no medication should be given until the day of transfer. After the cells are transferred, progesterone support therapy can be started according to the physician’s preference. Embryo transfer is a very simple, painless and anesthesia-free procedure.

by Hülya YAMAN


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