Frozen embryo success rates at Texas Fertility Center
Frozen embryo transfer (FET) has become more common in fertility treatment and frozen embryo success rates are on the rise. Our Austin fertility center may perform a frozen embryo transfer to give a woman’s uterus time to get back to normal after taking fertility medications for IVF. This is also an excellent option for patients who want to use IVF to freeze embryos for future family-building.
How does a frozen embryo transfer differ from a fresh transfer?
In a fresh embryo transfer, our doctors transfer an IVF embryo that was not frozen. In contrast, a frozen transfer cycle involves using an embryo that was frozen for some length of time. This time period could be as short as a few days or weeks or as long as several years.
Exploring frozen embryo success rates
Before selecting an Austin fertility center, you want to review its frozen embryo success rates to feel confident that you and your future family are in good hands. Texas Fertility Center offers the following success rates for frozen embryo transfer.