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Embryo Freezing Treatment Bangalore

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Egg Freezing : Extending The Biological Clock

Egg freezing is the process of taking eggs from the ovary and freezing them for later use when a woman is ready to start a family. Egg freezing increases the chances of a successful pregnancy at a later age. When eggs are frozen, the quality and ‘youth’ of the eggs are preserved. Women get the benefit of an egg that was frozen during peak fertility.
At Embrace Fertility Centers, we use the most cutting-edge form of egg freezing, called oocyte vitrification, or simply vitrification. Vitrified (flash-frozen) eggs are stored in liquid nitrogen at our cryopreservation laboratory until the woman is ready to use them.

See our cryo lab safety precautions and updates Here

The Egg Freezing Process

  • The first step is a visit with one of our physicians for an overview of the process – they will answer any questions you have.
  • Your next appointment is to conduct blood tests and an ultrasound that will help determine your ovarian reserve and potential for preconception.
  • Following testing, your results are reviewed with your physician to determine your unique protocol. The likely number of eggs to expect is also reviewed. Ideal numbers are discussed as well.
  • You will then begin your medication regimen. Up to 3 different medications (on average) are injected via a tiny needle in the abdomen for 8-14 days to stimulate your ovaries. Our staff will show you how to administer these injections; many patients say the shot feels only like a tiny ‘pinch’ and that they get the hang of it easily. Services are available to have nurses administer injections from the comfort of your home – ask your physician for details.
  • During your medication period, monitoring with blood work and ultrasound is done to determine your response and adjust your medications. On average women come in every day to every other during for this two-week window. You will then be ready for egg retrieval.
  • Egg retrieval requires light sedation, often referred to as ‘twilight’ anesthesia, for the 15-30 minute procedure. After the procedure, you will need someone to drive you home. Most women are back to work the next day. After, you may experience bloating, spotting, or mild discomfort but these symptoms often fade quickly.
    Eggs are flash frozen and stored in our cryo tanks until you’re ready to use them.

Biology of Ovarian Reserve

As women age, their fertility quotient decreases. Unlike men, who produce new sperm every day of their reproductive lives, women are born with all of the eggs they will ever have and incrementally lose eggs every month. Egg quantity and quality are both negatively impacted as women age and as a result, a woman’s fecundity rate (the chance of pregnancy in any single menstrual cycle) declines. The chance of miscarriage also increases.

Egg Freezing Technology

There have been rapid advances in technology since the first pregnancy reported using a thawed egg in 1986. In the past, egg freezing used a slow-freezing process, which sometimes damaged the eggs by allowing ice crystals to form, which could potentially affect the integrity of the egg. Our current technology, vitrification, freezes the egg rapidly (flash-freezing), preventing the development of ice crystals. Frozen eggs are kept in one of our 30+ cryo storage tanks, which currently store over 30,000 frozen embryos, eggs, and sperm samples.

Why Should I Freeze My Eggs?

There have been rapid advances in technology since the first pregnancy reported using a thawed egg in 1986. In the past, egg freezing used a slow-freezing process, which sometimes damaged the eggs by allowing ice crystals to form, which could potentially affect the integrity of the egg. Our current technology, vitrification, freezes the egg rapidly (flash-freezing), preventing the development of ice crystals. Frozen eggs are kept in one of our 30+ cryo storage tanks, which currently store over 30,000 frozen embryos, eggs, and sperm samples.

Am I a Good Candidate?

The optimal age to freeze eggs is 32-36, but any woman with normal hormone levels aged 30-40 should consider egg freezing if they plan to delay pregnancy. The number of eggs a woman needs to freeze is dependent upon her age, but age is only a single factor. Not every 35 or 40 years old are the same. Therefore, there is not necessarily an absolute upper age; although women less than and equal to 40 will have better success and studies have shown egg freezing is cost-effective until age 38.
Flexibility is also very important. You need to be available for daily appointments for approximately 2-3 weeks.

What are the Risks?

There is no guarantee of success or that the eggs, once thawed, will be healthy and result in a healthy baby. Although there are 200+ babies born from this technology and no reported increase in genetic abnormalities or congenital anomalies, egg freezing is a new technology with many unknowns.
Careful data collection is being undertaken and more studies in the future will continue to shed light on the process. Additionally, treatment can be stressful, both emotionally and financially. Our team of experts are here to guide you through the process and ease your concerns.

What happens when I’m ready to get pregnant?

You will meet with your physician to ensure you are healthy and ready to carry a pregnancy. Your male partner (or sperm source) will also need some labs tests. When you are ready to proceed, you will begin taking medicine to prepare your uterus for pregnancy.
At the appropriate time, the eggs will be thawed and injected with sperm through a process known as ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection). The resulting embryos are then transferred into your uterus when they are either 3 days or 5 days old. Any extra embryos can be frozen and stored. You will continue to take hormones to support an early pregnancy. Approximately 10-12 days after embryo transfer, you will know if you are pregnant. After 8 weeks of pregnancy, you will transfer your care to the obstetrician who will deliver your baby.

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What is the cost of freezing embryo?

The embroyo freezing can be costing a large amount which can be generally be more than 1,00,000/-

Can woman's eggs be frozen?

Egg freezing, also known as oocyte cryopreservation, is a fertility treatment in which a woman’s mature eggs are harvested from her ovaries, frozen unfertilized, and stored for later use when she is ready to become pregnant.

Why is embryo freezing done?

Embryo freezing is a procedure that allows people to store embryos for later use. … Successful fertilization may lead to at least one healthy embryo. A doctor can then transfer the embryo to the womb, or uterus. If the treatment is successful, the embryo will develop.

Is egg freezing painful?

This procedure is done under intravenous sedation and is not painful.

Egg Freezing Clinic and Review

The doctors and nurses are very helpful here and everybody is so cooperative

- Nehan Karanch

Dr.Rizwana is the best doctor I received good treatment for infertility and conceived in the 1st month itself.

- Masiha Khanum

Doctor is friendly with d patient were they have a deep explaination I loved it good there is no words to tell

- Neha khan

Egg Freezing Clinic in Bangalore

If you decide you would like to pursue egg or embryo freezing, the first step is to discuss it with your oncologist as you will need to get a medical clearance letter. Then make an appointment with us for a consultation. We will discuss the entire process with you, do an exam, and run tests to ensure your reproductive system can accommodate this procedure. If so, then we can make arrangements to make it all happen as quickly as possible.

The best candidates for freezing eggs or embryos are women up to age 40 who have clearance from the oncologists to use injectable fertility medications and undergo the procedure. Women choosing either egg or embryo freezing will also need to make frequent visits to our office (sometimes daily) for approximately two weeks.

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