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    Dr. Lekshmy Rana

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      Obstetrician, Infertility Specialist

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      17 years of Experience

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      Thane, Ghatkopar East, Dadar, Mumbai

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    Q. Can using frozen sperms increase the likelihood of having a child with birth defects?
    • No, using frozen sperms do not increase the likelihood of having a child with birth defects. A fresh embryo transfer has greater risk of birth defects than an embryo that had been frozen prior to transfer. Thawed embryo transfer usually occurs in a natural menstrual cycle, months after the egg-pick up. It is well beyond the time when all the hormones have already disappeared from a woman’s body, which are required to retrieve the eggs for IVF or ICSI.

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