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 Frozen Embryo Transfer(FET) is a part of IVF treatment where a frozen embryo, which is created using a full IVF cycle, is thawed and transferred into a woman’s uterus, under the guidance of ultrasound. Embryos are transferred into a woman uterus by a simple painless procedure.In an IVFcycle, one or more embryos develop, and these embryos are usually frozen for later use. Usually, only one or two embryos are transferred into the women’s uterus during an IVF cycle as there are more chances of multiple pregnancies. The remaining embryos are frozen for future use. The embryos in day 2 (four-cell stage) – day 5 (blastocyst stage) are frozen to be used. These embryos are transferred to a freezing machine where the temperature is made to drop rapidly to -150 degrees Celsius and then stored in liquid nitrogen tanks at -196 degrees Celsius.Sometimes even fresh embryos are transferred without freezing the embryos and this is called a fresh embryo transfer or just embryo transfer. Freezing the embryo gives you more chances of pregnancy with one hormone stimulation cycle and egg retrieval. If that cycle has not resulted in pregnancy then the frozen embryo is transferred into the woman’s uterus, so you will not have to again through the hormone stimulation cycle.The success of the frozen embryo has increased substantially because the chance of pregnancy increases per egg retrieval from the uterus. It saves a lot of time and money.Currently, GarbhaGudi follows a “Freeze-All” policy in IVF cycles as the success rates in FET is more than fresh transfers. The success rate in FET cycles depends on various factors likeQuality of the embryosCulture conditionFreezing and thawing techniquesQuality of the media used for freezing and thawingSkills of the embryologistEmbryology lab conditionsSkills of the clinician who is transferring the embryoLuteal phase support that is given after the transferThe ability of the woman’s uterus to support the growth of the fetus

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