August 2012

Less obstetric and neonatal problems in singleton pregnancies achieved after transfer of frozen embryos.

These data were published in Fertility & Sterility Vol 98 No.2, August 2012, and although the study was an observational study, however, it confirms that almost everything people thought of IVF, i.e. frozen embryos would lead to a pregnancy after intrauterine icing and transportation, is perhaps better with fresh after surviving the stress of freeze-thaw successfully. This stress that is successfully overcome, would result in viable and healthy embryos.