Frozen Embryo Transfer

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What is Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET)?

Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) is a process of thawing, culturing, and finally the transfer of embryos(Blastocysts) into the recipient’s uterus using advanced embryo transfer technology in a separate cycle from the IVF cycle.

In an frozen embryo transfer procedure, the patient will not need to undergo ovulation induction or egg retrieval processes. The uterine receptivity will be examined and controlled by careful monitoring by the Fertility Specialist. Frozen embryo transfer cycles usually involve fewer medication and costs are significantly lower as compared to a full IVF cycle.

Frozen embryo transfers also give couples the chance to have IVF cycles that are less costly than creating embryos through fresh new In Vitro Fertilization cycles. This is because the thawing of embryos and the transfer process is more economical than a lengthy stimulation, egg retrieval and new IVF cycles.

The success of frozen embryo transfer is on an average as good and sometimes better than fresh embryo transfers. The quality of the embryo plays a key role in the thawing process and good quality embryos have a high success rate of implantation.

Very often these days we perform embryo transfers because we have seen it giving us a better success rate.

The embryos are frozen earlier and we see the woman on Day 2 of her cycle. And there are various methods by which the endometrium can be prepared or the uterus can be prepared to receive the embryo.

We commonly use an HRT protocol, where we start estrogen tablets from day 2 and these tablets are given for usually for about 10 days and the patient is reviewed and if the endometrium lining is greater than 8 mm then we start progesterone injections.

And after a period of 3 or 5 days, depending on whether we have a day 3 embryo to transfer or a day 5 embryo to transfer, we plan embryo transfer.

And the pregnancy test is performed about 12 days to 14 days after the transfer.

Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) Journey

Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) Procedure

What is Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET)?

Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) is a process of thawing, culturing, and finally the transfer of embryos(Blastocysts) into the recipient’s uterus using advanced embryo transfer technology in a separate cycle from the IVF cycle.

In an frozen embryo transfer procedure, the patient will not need to undergo ovulation induction or egg retrieval processes. The uterine receptivity will be examined and controlled by careful monitoring by the Fertility Specialist. Frozen embryo transfer cycles usually involve fewer medication and costs are significantly lower as compared to a full IVF cycle.

Frozen embryo transfers also give couples the chance to have IVF cycles that are less costly than creating embryos through fresh new In Vitro Fertilization cycles. This is because the thawing of embryos and the transfer process is more economical than a lengthy stimulation, egg retrieval and new IVF cycles.

The success of frozen embryo transfer is on an average as good and sometimes better than fresh embryo transfers. The quality of the embryo plays a key role in the thawing process and good quality embryos have a high success rate of implantation.

Very often these days we perform embryo transfers because we have seen it giving us a better success rate.

The embryos are frozen earlier and we see the woman on Day 2 of her cycle. And there are various methods by which the endometrium can be prepared or the uterus can be prepared to receive the embryo.

We commonly use an HRT protocol, where we start estrogen tablets from day 2 and these tablets are given for usually for about 10 days and the patient is reviewed and if the endometrium lining is greater than 8 mm then we start progesterone injections.

And after a period of 3 or 5 days, depending on whether we have a day 3 embryo to transfer or a day 5 embryo to transfer, we plan embryo transfer.

And the pregnancy test is performed about 12 days to 14 days after the transfer.

Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) Journey

Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) Procedure

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Frozen Embryo Transfer FAQ's

What happens after FET day by day?

Day 1: The blastocyst begins to hatch out of its shell.

Day 2: The blastocyst continues to hatch out of its shell and begins to attach itself to the uterus.

Day 3: The blastocyst attaches deeper into the uterine lining, beginning implantation. Day 4: Implantation continue.

Are frozen embryo transfers more successful?

Many fertility specialists and treatment providers indicate that frozen embryo transfers provide a higher pregnancy success rate than using fresh embryos during assisted reproductive technology.

What food should I avoid after the embryo transfer?

Do not eat leftovers, too much sugar, processed food, canned food, alcoholic beverages, caffeine, and foods containing mercury from the day of embryo transfer. If your doctor suggests, take a multivitamin with folic acid every day

What should I avoid before embryo transfer?

Avoid extreme temperatures against your abdomen and uterus. This can deregulate your reproductive system and impact your embryo transfer's success. Eat a high-fat, low-carb diet to reduce inflammation throughout your body, G.I. tract, and reproductive system

What should I eat after a frozen embryo transfer?
  • Fresh fruits and vegetables.
  • Choose lean proteins, like fish and poultry.
  • Eat whole grains, like quinoa, farro, and whole grain pasta.
  • Add in legumes, including beans, chickpeas, and lentils.
  • Switch to low-fat dairy products

How long should you rest after embryo transfer?

The first 24 hours after an embryo is transferred are most likely the most critical. It is within this time frame that an embryo has to “attach” to the uterine wall before it can fully implant, which may take several days. Therefore, for the first one to two days, stay home and chill out.

Are you technically pregnant after embryo transfer?

You are officially pregnant and your frozen embryo transfer was successful. This means you will remain under the care of the fertility clinic to further monitor the pregnancy development with ultrasounds and blood tests until you are 8 to 10 weeks pregnant

Do you need bed rest after embryo transfer?

Do I need to stay in bed after my embryo transfer? Once you get home there is no need for full best rest. Staying in bed does not increase the chance of successful implantation. However, no strenuous activity or vigorous exercising

What are the signs of successful implantation?

Some women do notice signs and symptoms that implantation has occurred. Signs may include light bleeding, cramping, nausea, bloating, sore breasts, headaches, mood swings, and possibly a change in basal body temperature.

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