A research by the Centre for Reproductive and Genetic Health found that frozen embryos are bigger, heavier (253g heavier than those born from fresh – on average) and have better health as a result of longer pregnancies, giving the foetus more time to grow into a healthy birth weight than fresh embryos, which were born on average 0.65 weeks earlier.
Read IVF Babies From Frozen Embryos ‘Healthier And Heavier’ Claim Experts, by Kyrsty Jade Hazell, HuffPost Women, Jan 2012
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