FET stands for Frozen Embryo Transfer. It involves transferring a cryopreserved embryo to the uterus in IVF treatment. These embryos can either be from a previous IVF cycle or donated by anonymous donor.
Donor Embryos in FET
Not to mention, Donor embryos can be used in FET through various methods such as full embryo donation. There are options where we can also use donated eggs or sperm.
Comparison with Fresh Embryo Transfer
Unquestionably, Cryopreserved embryos may be stronger and more likely to result in a healthy pregnancy.
Certain circumstances show slightly higher live birth rates with frozen embryos rather than Fresh Embryo transfer.
Elective Frozen Embryo Transfer (Freeze All)
This involves cryopreserving all embryos and transferring them in a subsequent FET cycle.
Cryopreservation allows for the storage and preservation of embryos for future use.
Reasons to Choose FET
When you have some illness or poor endometrium.
When you have to use an embryo donor.
You have extra embryos from previous cycles.
Desire to have another child using.
Point often overlooked, is that FET is very much Cost-effective.
Cryopreserved embryos can be stored indefinitely for future use.
The “freeze all” approach allows for better implantation conditions in the uterus.
Hormonal medications can enhance endometrial receptivity during FET.
Subsequently. this may be recommended for those at high risk of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS).
Different FET-IVF Cycle Types
Hormonally supported cycles involve controlled timing and hormonal support.
Natural cycles rely on ovulation timing and close monitoring.
Risks Associated with FET
It has fewer risks compared to a full IVF cycle. But, it is generally considered safe.
Risks include ectopic pregnancy, infection, and furthermore, multiple pregnancies.
Cost of FET
Frozen Embryo Transfer is a viable option with comparable or better success rates than fresh embryo transfer.
Consultation with an IVF Specialist is recommended to determine the most suitable treatment choice. Hence, get in touch with us at 9626893006 to know more about the cost of Frozen Embryo Transfer.