Embryo Freezing

Women in their late 30s who still want to defer pregnancy for some years, and who are in a stable relationship, may consider embryo rather than egg freezing. The procedure is the same as for conventional IVF, but instead of the embryos being transferred back into the uterus, the resultant good-quality embryos are frozen, sometimes for years. Survival rates of frozen embryos are better than for frozen eggs, so couples may want to choose the former option to improve their chances of becoming parents further down the line.

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