FET – Frozen Embryo Transfer
What is an FET?
A Frozen Embryo Transfer, also known as FET, is a process that uses frozen embryos from a previous IVF or donor egg cycle by thawing and transferring into the uterus.
Since Frozen embryos remain viable for more than 10 years, you may choose to do an FET cycle following an unsuccessful IVF cycle, family expanding after a successful IVF cycle or has experienced pregnancy loss.
Benefits of Frozen Embryo Transfers
When you choose to do an FET cycle patients use estrogen and progesterone to thicken the lining of their uterus in preparation for the embryo transfer to allow implantation. They are most times less stressful on the body and allows Laurel Fertility Care to ensure you be receiving the highest chance of success.