An in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure involves stimulating multiple eggs to grow, then retrieving them from the ovary and fertilizing them. A couple may end up with more embryos or fertilized eggs than they are interested in at one time. It is possible to freeze additional embryos if they are of good enough quality to freeze later if the first IVF does not work.
If the IVF is a success, the extra embryos can be stored for several years to be used if the couple decides to have more children in the future. Zeeva clinic stores embryos with an annual agreement. With these embryos, Zeeva clinic has achieved pregnancies after as many as five years of storage and has a pregnancy rate almost identical to fresh embryos. The embryo freezing procedure is widely successful and has not been associated with an increase in congenital disabilities.
Embryo cryopreservation is a medical procedure in which embryos are frozen and stored for future use. This procedure is often used for couples who want to have children but are not ready to do so at the current moment. storage of embryos is possible for many years, and when the couple is prepared to have children, the embryos can be thawed and implanted into the mother’s uterus. There are many benefits to embryo cryopreservation:
- It allows couples to have children when they are ready, both emotionally and financially.
- It gives Couples who may have difficulty conceiving a chance to have their biological children.
- It gives couples peace of mind knowing they have a backup plan in case they cannot conceive naturally.
- You will need to find a fertility clinic that offers this procedure.
- You will need to undergo a series of tests to ensure you are a good candidate for the procedure.
- You will need to be prepared to pay for the procedure, which can be costly.
We specialize in minimally invasive treatment for women. We give individualized care suited to each patient’s needs and ailments based on their health condition.
Our clinic has the latest technology and advanced equipment to assist egg donation. We aim to provide the highest treatment and service standards to our patients.
We understand that the needs of our patients extend beyond physical ailments. We offer various patient services, including mind and body wellness programs to help with fertility.
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ZEEVA FERTILITY – BEST CRYOPRESERVATION TREATMENT CENTER IN NOIDA
Zeeva Fertility is committed to providing compassionate and ethical fertility treatment. It is designed to maximize the chances of a successful pregnancy. We are widely recognized for personalized attention and clinical excellence. We work on the most basic therapies and the most sophisticated reproductive technologies. We understand our patient’s needs and go beyond medical treatment. And that is why we also provide supplemental services in our fertility clinic, such as mind and body wellness programs.
SHWETA GOSWAMI – EMBRYO CRYOPRESERVATION SPECIALIST IN NOIDA
Having an experience of 15 years, Dr. Shweta Goswami is an internationally trained infertility and Embryo cryopreservation Specialist in Noida, leading Zeeva Fertility, the best IUI center in Noida. She is known for her ethical, transparent, professional, and clinical approach. She is acclaimed embryo cryopreservation and Infertility Specialist in Noida. She also has expertise in IVF, IUI, ICSI, Donor Egg IVF, Surrogacy, Surgical Sperm Collection, Hysteroscopy, Laparoscopy, Male Infertility, Sexual Dysfunction, etc. Over the years, Dr. Shweta has gained loyal clientele and other honorable clients due to her constant dedication, precision, and compassion.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
01/ How many embryos are needed for a sucessfull cryopreservation?
The viability of cryopreserved embryos is determined by a combination of biological and technical factors. Regardless of the technicians’ experience level and technical skill, some attrition in the recovery of viable embryos at thaw and the number of embryos that will result in live-born offspring upon transfer should be expected.
One should estimate that 20-25% of frozen-thawed embryos will produce live offspring; therefore, we recommend preserving sufficient embryos to re-establish a given line a few times before an additional cohort of embryos would need to be cryopreserved. In general, this is between 100-300 embryos per rodent model. Zeeva has preserved 250-300 embryos per rodent model.
02/ What are the risks of this embryo Cryopreservation procedure?
Embryo freezing poses no risk to resulting pregnancies. Researchers have shown that fewer frozen-thawed embryos are associated with lower preterm birth rates, low birth weight, growth restriction, and perinatal mortality. The main risks associated with embryo cryopreservation are Damage to embryos during the freezing process. Embryos that are not viable for freezing. Failure to get pregnant after embryos are thawed and implanted. Increased rates of medical issues in pregnancy like preeclampsia and placenta accrete spectrum. Multiple births if more than one embryo is implanted
03/ What if one of us changes our mind about using or donating embryos?
Before using an embryo in treatment or research, you, your partner, or the donor(s) (if applicable) can withdraw consent at any time before the embryos are used. If consent is withdrawn before one year of storage, stored embryos will be removed from storage and allowed to perish. If consent is withdrawn after one year, embryos that were intended for use in treatment cannot be used.
04/ What is the success rate of a good embryo transfer?
The embryo can be transferred at day 3 or blastocyst stages (Day 5 or Day 6). According to the age and quality of the embryos, the success rate ranges from 80% to 30%.
05/ Is it safe to use frozen embryos in treatment?
A major risk is having multiple children (twins or triplets), which pose serious health risks to both mother and child. When you transfer only one embryo to the womb, this process is known as elective single embryo transfer, which reduces the likelihood of having multiple births. Treatment with frozen embryos is just as safe as using fresh embryos.