Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET)

The transfer of frozen embryos is an assisted reproductive procedure that involves thawing embryos that were previously frozen during IVF. Once thawed, these embryos are transferred into the uterus of the prospective mother for a chance at successful conception.

Situations Where Frozen Embryo Transfer is Recommended

The transfer of frozen embryos is recommended in several situations, including:

Following an IVF (In Vitro Fertilization)

After completing an IVF procedure, any surplus high-quality embryos are often cryopreserved for future use. This is especially helpful when the patient needs time to prepare or when medical issues arise.

Preserving Fertility

Women or couples who have chosen to postpone conception for personal or medical reasons may choose to freeze their embryos to preserve their fertility.

Previous IVF Failures"

For couples who have experienced previous IVF failures, frozen embryo transfer offers another opportunity to conceive.

Steps of Frozen Embryo Transfer.

The transfer of frozen embryos involves several key steps:

Uterus Preparation

The future mother receives medication to prepare her uterus to receive the embryos.

Thawing of Embryos

The embryos are carefully thawed in the laboratory, and their viability is assessed.

Transfer of Embryos

The high-quality embryos are gently transferred into the future mother's uterus using a thin catheter under ultrasound guidance.

Monitoring and Support

After the transfer, the patient is closely monitored to ensure that everything is proceeding smoothly. Supportive medications may also be prescribed.

Pregnancy tests

After a specified period (14 days), a pregnancy test is conducted to confirm if conception has occurred.


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