Fresh Embryo Transfer vs Frozen Embryo Transfer What’s the difference? When embryos are frozen and then thawed for transfer, this is referred to as a frozen cycle. A frozen embryo transfer occurs in a non-stimulated cycle, and we can use a more natural estrogen and progesterone combination to prepare for the implantation. A fresh treatment…

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PGT-A, formerly known as PGS, allows us to test the chromosomes of embryos before they are transferred into the uterus. Why is this important? Because at least half, if not more, of the embryos produced in any IVF cycle have a chromosomal abnormality. PGT-A technology insures only chromosomally normal embryos will be transferred. Without the…

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