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Frozen Embryo Transfer FET treatment

Frozen Embryo Transfer FET procedure and treatment cost in India|HealthcaretripIndia

Frozen Embryo Transfer FET treatment

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Frozen Embryo Transfer is a special IVF procedure in which the frozen embryos procured from the previous conventional self IVF cycle or from donor egg cycle are thawed and eventually transferred into the woman's womb after establishing the viability.

 

FET addresses all the issues such as failure of previous IVF cycle or if you have apprehensions about passing on of genetic diseases to your offspring and you want to avoid it by all means.

 

A couple's spare embryos generated through conventional IVF cycle are used in FET procedure.

 

A donor embryo can also be a cryopreserved embryo.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions: Frozen Embryo Transfer procedure in India

 

Q1 What is Frozen Embryo Transfer treatment?

 

A1 In this procedure, frozen embryos retrieved from previous IVF cycles are thawed and transferred to the uterus. By virtue of FET procedure, you can skip Hormone stimulation cycle and egg retrieval procedure.

 

Q2 What happens in Frozen Embryo transfer?

 

A2  As part of FET preparation:

 

Endometrial lining is prepared with the use of hormones such as Oestrogen followed by progesterone. This progress is continuously monitored with the aid of ultrasound and if everything is going on smoothly, then embryo transfer is scheduled accordingly.

 

FET procedure: 

 

Five days after initiating Progesterone, the Frozen Embryo is thawed cautiously in laboratory and then is transferred to the uterus under the ultrasound guidance, where it gets implanted and grow eventually into a healthy baby.

 

Q3 What makes you choose Frozen Embryo Transfer Procedure?

 

A3 Frozen Embryo transfer treatment in India is a viable consideration for many couples for the following reasons:

 

  • Have extra embryos: It means, that during normal IVF cycle, several eggs are fertilized, though it is not considered safe to transfer more than two. The extra embryos are Cryopreserved (preserved in extremely low temperature, ~ -196 degree celsius) to be used in future, if need be. If your IVF cycle fails, you can undergo complete IVF cycle yet again or may choose to use your frozen embroys (Cryopreserved) retrieved during previous IVF cycle.

  • Wish to expand your family: Another scenario is that your previous IVF cycle was successful, however, you wish to expand your family now, and for that purpose you want to use your frozen embryos.

  • Want to utilize genetic screening: Some couples fear passing genes pertaining to certain defects or diseases to their offsprings. So to better be safe than sorry, they wish to get Preimplantation Genetic Testing done to screen the embryos for the presence of specific diseases and defects. This genetic test takes ample time for the result to come. Until the results are out, the embryo is cryopreserved and if everything is okay, then the embryo is transferred to the uterus for the implantation and continuity of pregnancy from thereon. 

  • Wish to undergo an elective procedure: In current scenario, many couples consider it by choice. With the advent of advanced technology, many couples opt for all freeze IVF cycle which not only allows time for Preimplantation genetic testing in order to screen embryo for the specific diseases and defects, let you undergo necessary treatments and helps you avoid Ovarian stimulation. It is considered comparable to or even better than fresh IVF cycle.

 

Q4 What are the advantages of Frozen Embryo Transfer, FET Procedure?

 

A4 There are several benefits that FET procedure has to offer such as:

 

  • High success rate, offers better pregnancy and live birth rates

  • Decreased miscarriages and healthier babies

  • Relieves stress

  • PGT (Preimplantation Genetic Testing) can be done

  • Easy to schedule

  • Offers a natural uterine environment for conceiving

  • Better than fresh embryo transfer

Q5 Can Frozen Embryo Transfer be scheduled easily?

 

A5 Yes. It has the convenience of easy scheduling as compared to fresh IVF cycle. It offers flexibility to the couple. However, once progesterone commences, the procedure has to be done in a set time span.

 

Q6 What is the Frozen Embryo transfer cost in India?

 

A6 Frozen Embryo transfer Cost in India is much economical in contrast to fresh IVF cycle for varied reasons such as:

No need for egg procurement, insemination and embryo culture. You can skip them all. other expenses such as that of medicines are also less.

 

Q7 How long can FET be done after cryopreserving embryos?

 

A7 FET can be done even after 10 years of freezing your embryos for variety of reasons such as Previous IVF cycle failure, wish to have another baby or freeze all method.

 

Q8 At what stage, is the FET success rate higher?

 

A8 Blastocyst stage transfer is the most suitable stage i.e., on the 5th day, maximum chances of implantation at this advanced stage of development of the embryo.

 

Q9 Can a donor Cryopreserved embryo also be used?

 

A9 Yes, absolutely! Donor embryo may be used in different ways such as

 

  • Whole embryo donation (donor egg+donor sperm)

  • Egg donation, here partner's sperm is used to impregnate the egg

  • Sperm donation, here, egg of the partner is used.

It is not mandatory to use fresh embryo.

 

When inspite of having fresh embryo for transfer, frozen embryos are used by choice or in medical parlance, elective FET procedure, then it is termed as Freeze-all method. Cryopreservation of all the embryos are done in such scenario and will be used as and when needed in FET procedure cycle.

 

Q10 What is the duration of FET cycle?

 

A10 FET cycle usually takes around 6 to 8 weeks.

 

Q11 Do Frozen embryos need more time to implant?

 

A11 Yes, usually an embryo takes two days to implant in the uterus, however, frozen embryo takes more time to implant, around 5 days.

 

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Best Doctors for Frozen Embryo Transfer FET Treatment in India|HealthcaretripIndia

 

Dr. Hrishikesh D. Pai

MD, FCPS, FICOG, M.Sc (USA)

Director, Bloom IVF group

President of ISAR(Indian Society for Assisted Reproduction)

Secretary-General of FOGSI(Federation of Obstetric and Gynecological Societies of India)

Fortis Bloom IVF Centre, Delhi-NCR

Top Infertility Specialist in Gurugram, Delhi-NCR|FMRI Hospital

Dr. Nandita Palshetkar

MD, FCPS, FICOG

Director, Bloom IVF group

Hon. Secretary of ISAR (Indian Society for Assisted Reproduction)

Vice President of MOGS (Mumbai Obstetrics and Gynecological Society)

Fortis Bloom IVF Centre, Delhi-NCR

Top Infertility Specialist in Gurugram, Delhi-NCR|FMRI Hospital

Dr. (Prof.) Vinita Das

MBBS, MD (Obs and Gynae), FICOG

Consultant Birla Fertility and IVF

Top Infertility Specialist in Lucknow|Birla Fertility and IVF|CK Birla Hospital

Dr. Swati Mishra

MBBS, MS (Obs and Gynae)

Consultant, Birla Fertility and IVF

Top Infertility Specialist in Kolkata|Birla Fertility and IVF|CK Birla Hospital

Dr. Prachi Benara

MBBS (Gold Medalist), MS, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynaecology)

Consultant, Birla Fertility and IVF

Top Infertility Specialist in Gurugram|Birla Fertility and IVF|CK Birla Hospital

Dr. Prof. (Col.) Pankaj Talwar- VSM

MBBS, MD (Gynae and Obs)

Head Medical Services, Birla Fertility, and IVF

Top Infertility Specialist in Gurugram|Birla Fertility and IVF|CK Birla Hospital

Dr. Rachita Munjal

MBBS, MS (Obstetrics and Gynaecology),

Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine (FRM), Apollo Hospital, Chennai

Diploma in Advanced Gynae Endoscopy (DAGE), Germany

MRCOG, UK

Consultant, Birla Fertility and IVF

Top Infertility Specialist in Gurugram|Birla Fertility and IVF|CK Birla Hospital

Dr. Souren Bhattacharjee

MBBS, DGO, FRCOG (London)

Senior Consultant, Birla Fertility and IVF

Top Infertility Specialist in Kolkata|Birla Fertility and IVF|CK Birla Hospital

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