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Frozen Embryo Transfer

Transferring happiness & hope

The surplus embryos that have been frozen in the IVF cycle can be successfully transferred in a Frozen Embryo Transfer without having to undergo stimulation of the eggs or egg retrieval.

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FAQ's
What is Natural Cycle FET

This is a very straightforward process. This service can be offered to a patient, who is having regular menstrual cycles. The embryo transfer is usually timed using a combination of ultrasound monitoring to confirm follicular monitoring and daily urinary LH hormone dipsticks to detect LH surge. The major advantage of this protocol is that no medications are given.

What is Hormonally Supported Cycle

In this procedure, hormones are given to prepare the uterus for implantation. There are two protocols used:

  1. A simple protocol that involves giving only estrogen medication for about two weeks for the growth of the lining of the uterus and once the endometrium reaches 8mm thickness, progesterone injections are given. Embryo transfer is usually done on 4th or 6th day of progesterone injection depending on the day on which the embryos were frozen.
  2. This involves down regulation of the cycle by giving hormone injections (to suppress the ovulation) and giving estrogen medications to increase the uterine lining thickness. Once the endometrium reaches 8mm thickness, progesterone injections are given. Embryo transfer is usually done on 4th or 6th day of progesterone injection depending on the day on which the embryos were frozen.

Frozen Embryo transfer can be done even after several years of freezing as the embryos are suspended in age and time.

The success rate of a FET is early same as that of a fresh transfer and primarily depends on a woman’s age, quality and day of freezing of the embryos and the endometrial receptivity.

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