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Anna Nagar , Chennai

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Improve Chances of Pregnancy in IVF with Embryo Freezing Centres in India

Embryo Freezing is a newly developed ART procedure to increase the chances of pregnancy or to keep the unused embryos from a previous IVF cycle safe for future use. The cryopreservation technology has improved significantly in IVF with Embryo Freezing Centres in India in the last few years to provide better results in pregnancy and live birth rates.

During IVF or ICSI treatment, a number of eggs are fertilized and some of them are transferred into a woman’s uterus in the first cycle of treatment. The remaining embryos are kept for the next cycle in case of failure in pregnancy. These good quality embryos are frozen and preserved in a specially designed laboratory for future use, research or donation. In IVF with Embryo Freezing Centres in India, experienced embryologists inside a state-of-the-art laboratory perform the procedure of freezing the embryos efficiently.

Embryo Freezing or Embryo Cryopreservation

In most cases of IVF, excess good quality embryos are preserved by a method of cryopreservation for use in subsequent IVF cycles. These embryos are frozen at any stage from the time it is fertilized to the blastocyst stage in which the embryos are five to six days old. Embryos are preserved in cryoprotectant fluid and frozen in liquid nitrogen at -196°C.

The process of Cryopreservation/ Freezing of Embryo

During IVF treatment, eggs extracted from a woman’s ovary are fertilized in the lab with her partner’s sperms. The process encourages fertilization of a number of eggs, which develop into embryos. Some of these embryos are transferred in the uterus to assist pregnancy. Excess good quality embryos are kept for subsequent cycles, which are preserved, by freezing or cryopreservation.

The embryos are kept in special containers in an advanced laboratory facility. This procedure allows infertile patients to save time and money on the next cycle of IVF treatment, as women do not have to go through egg retrieval procedures or take medications. If a woman fails to conceive in her first try, the infertility specialists begin the next cycle of embryo transfer, during which the remaining frozen embryos are thawed and prepared.

Generally, some couples choose to cryopreserve their embryos as they have a desire to become pregnant at a later time. Other reasons for embryo freezing may include cancer treatment, increasing age or risk of injury.

There are two methods of freezing embryos:

  1. Slow-Freezing Method:In this technique, an embryologist uses a special device to cool down the embryos slowly. Once the embryos reach a certain temperature, cryoprotectants are added to stop a metabolic activity and preserve the quality. To freeze the embryos completely, they are stored in liquid nitrogen at -196 degree Celsius. This method takes about two hours to complete.
  2. Vitrification Method: This is a more effective technique in which the embryos are placed in high concentrated cryoprotectants. Next, they are immersed in liquid nitrogen at -321 degree Fahrenheit, which instantly freezes them. After freezing, embryos are kept in a special container at a certain temperature to prevent the formation of crystals and to ensure the highest survival rate after thawing. The viable embryos are selectively picked and transferred into a woman’s uterus to increase the chances of pregnancy. IVF with Embryo Freezing Centres in India, exclusively use vitrification technique for all new embryo cryopreservation

These frozen embryos are effectively suspended in time, therefore, can be stored for indefinite periods. At this state, all biological activity within the embryos is paused, including cell growth or expiration. When required, embryos are slowly thawed and soaked in defrosting fluids to remove cryoprotectants and to restore water within cells. The longest duration for which, an embryo stayed frozen and was successfully used resulting in a healthy pregnancy was 19 years.

Monitoring Stored Embryos

Monitoring frozen embryos are very important to maintain the quality. In IVF with Embryo Freezing Centres in India, the tanks that contain frozen embryos are monitored 7 days a week. Each tank is physically inspected for leaks, failure or contamination. The nitrogen in the tank is also checked regularly to maintain a certain temperature since it evaporates continuously.

IVF with Embryo Freezing Centres in India also uses electronic tank monitoring sensors to ensure that tanks perform to specifications. Devices attached to the tank detect any rise in temperature or drop in the level of liquid in the tank. Sensors are connected to a telephone alarm system that alerts hospital staff in case of an emergency.

The process of Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET)

Before embryo transfer is performed, there are a few steps and medications the doctor may follow:

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Advantages of Freezing Embryos

Patients can Perform Additional Transfer Cycle. Frozen embryos can be used for repeated transfer cycles if the fresh transfer is unsuccessful, thus increasing the possibility of pregnancy. It provides an option for another cycle without taking ovarian stimulation medication or going through another egg retrieval procedure. The development of vitrification methods in IVF with Embryo Freezing Centres in India has resulted in outstanding outcomes, with more and more patients achieving pregnancy from a single stimulated egg retrieval cycle.

In IVF with Embryo Freezing Centres in India, Preimplantation genetic screening (PGS) is also performed to look for abnormalities in chromosome number, and other deformities that are likely to result in implantation failure or miscarriage.

Frozen EmbryosAllow Planning a Family at a Later Date

Vitrified embryos have a high survival rate and reproductive potential for many years. The standard storage period for embryos is normally ten years although there are records of women preserving their embryos for more than 20 years. Women can preserve their eggs at an early age and go for FET (frozen embryo transfer) in the future when a decision to expand a family is taken.

Right Time to Freeze Embryos

As a woman’s fertility starts to decrease after the age of 35 years, therefore, it is recommended to freeze embryos in the prime reproductive years i.e. when the female’s age is between 20 to 30 years. At this age, women have the best quality of eggs in more quantities. As the women ages, the number of eggs decreases along with cellular integrity. This is why women in her 40s only have five percent chance of becoming pregnant. Poor lifestyle or hereditary factors can cause fertility to weaken even at an earlier age; therefore, it is always better to freeze embryos at an early age.

Success Rate of Embryo Freezing

Success rates of pregnancy using frozen embryos are now much better due to development in medical technology. Advanced methods of egg retrieval, IVF treatments and egg freezing techniques are introduced in IVF with Embryo Freezing Centres in India to achieve fertilization and pregnancy. Birth rates are slightly higher for fresh transfers in women under 35 years but the rate of women aged 35 to 37 years are equal. For women aged over 37 years, birth rates with frozen embryos are actually higher than the rates achieved with fresh embryos. This may be because the embryos were created using eggs collected when the woman was at the prime stage of reproduction.

Below are comparisons of birth rates with frozen embryo transfer and fresh embryo transfer considering the age of a woman.

Fresh vs. Frozen Embryo Transfer

It is observed and concluded in many studies that the vitrification process ensures more than 90 percent survival rates. In the same study, it is proved that the success rate of pregnancy using frozen embryos is found to be better than those with fresh ones are. Frozen embryo transfer results in:

Cost of Egg Freezing in India

In IVF with Embryo Freezing Centres in India, most of the cost is accounted for maintaining the tanks, monitoring the embryos and for managing the inventory of stored embryos. Only embryologists look after the condition of the embryos and handle liquid nitrogen to maintain a suitable temperature. Only IVF with Embryo Freezing Centres in India has a special permit from the city for the use of liquid nitrogen in the premises. IVF with Embryo Freezing Centres in India costs around Rs.137,100 to Rs.307,200 for six months.

Best IVF with Embryo Freezing Centres in India

Patients from all over the world visit IVF with Embryo Freezing Centres in India for their best-in-class services. These centres are reliable, less expensive and have advanced facilities to perform procedures related to IVF and embryo freezing. Doctors and embryologists also have experience in performing the most suitable techniques in embryo freezing and transfer.

If you are looking for the best IVF with Embryo Freezing Centres in India to freeze embryos contact Elawoman. We can discuss your condition with a specialized doctor and recommend you the best hospital to cryopreserve and store your embryos.

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