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More Encouraging Research On “Freeze-All”!

May 25, 2015 — by manara99
Tags: Ivf Success Freezing Improving Ivf Success

There have long been concerns that high hormone levels generated through controlled ovarian hyperstimulation used for IVF may adversely affect the receptivity of the endometrium.  However, it is only in the past two years that studies have focused on implantation and ongoing pregnancy rates when all embryos are frozen, then transferred to the uterus in a future natural or minimally controlled cycle.  This approach avoids transferring any embryos when hormone levels may be high from stimulation and endometrial receptivity low. 

Improving IVF Success Rates Through Embryo Freezing

Oct 18, 2013 — by manara99
Tags: Ivf Success Freezing Improving Ivf Success


In recent years embryo and egg cryopreservation techniques have been refined through the use of vitrification, a rapid freezing technique that results in improved live birth rates.  This has led to re-evaluation of the standard practice of placing fresh embryos into the uterus three to five days after insemination. Research is suggesting that in certain circumstances it may be advantageous to cryopreserve all embryos produced during the egg retrieval cycle and return embryos to the uterus in the future through a simplified frozen embryo transfer cycle. This approach eliminates any adverse effects of ovarian stimulation on the process of embryo implantation.

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