Embryo vitrification

With a fertility, IVF, or ICSI treatment, the number of embryos developed can be superior to that used in the transfer. In these cases, the remaining embryos can be cryopreserved in the embryo bank for their use in future attempts.

The Reproduction Unit uses a freezing technique called “Vitrification”. Its advantage over the conventional freezing is that the embryos can be stored without losing their quality throughout time. Vitrification is an ultra rapid freezing process that avoids crystal formation that could damage the embryos.

Embryo freezing by vitrification is indicated in those cases when the interest is to defer the embryo transfer, either to avoid potential complications for ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome or in those cases when after a gestation, good quality embryos remain and a new gestation is desired.

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