Should we consider freezing All Embryos and transfer them at a later Date?

Frozen Embryos ‘More Successful Than Fresh’ For IVF Pregnancies

Frozen embryos 'more successful than fresh' for IVF pregnancies
Should we consider freezing all embryos and transfer them at a later date?

Frozen embryos are more likely to produce successful, complication-free IVF pregnancies than those that are fresh, research suggests. Using stored embryos cuts the risk of bleeding in pregnancy, premature birth, and giving birth to an underweight baby by almost a third, a study has found.

Read Frozen Embryos ‘More Successful Than Fresh’ For IVF Pregnancies
The HuffPost LifeStyle, 04/09/2012

4 thoughts on “Should we consider freezing All Embryos and transfer them at a later Date?”

  1. Interesting concept. Safety suggest that frozen embryos is the way to go. Still, I would say that I am on the fence on this one. It certainly provides an option for those likely to have a high risk pregnancy.
    Rich

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