Women who become pregnant with previously frozen IVF embryos tend to have healthier babies and fewer complications than those who have fresh embryos implanted, research suggests.
Embryo freezing: What is the process and who benefits? What is an embryo and how do people create one? How long can they stay frozen? Frozen or fresh embryos? Who can benefit? Embryo freezing is a procedure that allows people to store embryos for later use. A person can also freeze eggs, which are not fertilized.
With such amazing improvements to embryo freezing techniques and great survival rates, many clinics now opt to do 100% frozen embryo transfers (FET) and there are many reasons why. Most importantly, it gives your endometrium a chance to develop to the optimal thickness so it can be in perfect synchrony with the embryo.