FET (Frozen Embryo Transfer)

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As a result of IVF (In-Vitro Fertilization), a couple may have extra fertilized eggs. FET (Frozen Embryo Transfer) allows a couple to use those eggs in the future.

Many couples have used this technology to attain pregnancy and live birth.

The embryos are simply thawed and placed in the woman's uterus. Many couples have had failed attempts at pregnancy previous to using FET. These extra embryos offer them more opportunities to try again. Additionally, couples who want to have a family consisting of more than one child, opt to have their embryos frozen for future use.

A frozen (cryopreserved) embryo is thawed and then transferred to the uterus/fallopian tube of a woman with the aim of achieving a pregnancy.

It is one of several ART procedures that has met with amazing success.

Infertile? Get help from doctors who care.

Christine Strong, NMD

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