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Doctor insights on: Temperature For Storage Of Frozen Embryos

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Temperature after 9 days embryo transfer, should I be concerned?

Temperature after 9 days embryo transfer, should I be concerned?

How high?: Over 100.4 maybe cause for concern, under no. You should ask your ivf doc if you are worried though. ...Read more

Freezing (Definition)

Freezing is to mean turning liquid into solid form by lowering the temperature. Water begins to freeze at 32 degree f or 0 degree celsius. Freezing reduces the movement of the substance/object--solid. Also commonly used in daily communication--police says to a perpetraitor "freeze" and hopefully the bad boy/girl stays solid/still (just for fun :-)). Have ...Read more


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6th day embryo transfer body temperature 36.5~37.1 c. from collected egg until now is it normal ? it's positive or negative sign?

6th day embryo transfer body temperature  36.5~37.1 c. from collected egg until now is it normal ? it's positive or negative sign?

Pregnancy test: Your body temperature is normal. There is not a reason to be checking it unless you are feeling sick from something else. Check a pregnancy test if you miss your period or keep the follow up appointment as scheduled by your doctor after IVF ...Read more

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Hi im 9 days past 3 day embryo transfer im very bloated with a raised temperature is this normal could I be pregnant ?? Is it too early to test ??

Hi im 9 days past 3 day embryo transfer im very bloated with a raised temperature is this normal could I be pregnant ?? Is it too early to test ??

Wait 10 more days: Patience. All will be revealed in due time. A urine pregnancy test is reliable 3 weeks after when conception might have happened. To raise a happy, healthy child requires great patience in both parents. This is a great time to practice patience. However, if there are "ill symptoms" that are bothersome, one's primary care doctor can evaluate to see if something is causing the symptoms. ...Read more

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What causes frozen embryo thawing failure?

What causes frozen embryo thawing failure?

Why do: Embryos not thaw successfully? Traditionally many sub-standard embryos have been frozen that probably should not have; these often die in thawing. The usual cause of embryo death in the past with traditional slow-freeze techniques is formation and shattering of ice crystals within the embryo. ...Read more

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Can I use a friends embryos frozen over 10 years ago?

Can I use a friends embryos frozen over 10 years ago?

Ethics involved : Ethical issues take precedent in this particular case. Length of time from when the embryos or frozen is not the predominant issue in this particular case. ...Read more

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What is the sucess rate for a single frozen day 5 embryo in good quality?

What is the sucess rate for a single frozen day 5 embryo in good quality?

Many factors: Probably 30% in first attempt . Many factors involved in success of ivf , age of female partner , younger better successful implantation. 40 yr or older less than 20 % good luck. ...Read more

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Which day is better to transfere frozen 5days embryo on day 17th or on 24th of cycle?

Which day is better to transfere frozen 5days embryo on day 17th or on 24th of cycle?

Office protocol: Each fertility clinic is likely to have a highly specific protocol on the way they handle IVF and FET. Fertility specialist are very picky. They will evaluate you and advise on what the best protocol will be for your unique circumstances. ...Read more

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Failed 1st ifv cycle with perfect graded single embryo. All other levels were perfect too. Should i insist on 2 or 3 embryos next (frozen) transfer?

Failed 1st ifv cycle with perfect graded single embryo. All other levels were perfect too.  Should i insist on 2 or 3 embryos next (frozen) transfer?

FET: Sorry for the disappointment! according to asrm guidelines (if your actual age is 34) you could be an appropriate candidate for 2-3 embryos. Rather than insisting on a specific number, why don't you 'insist' that your doctor reach an agreement you are both satified with? ...Read more

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I'm 41 year old. Is it true that my embryos won't be able to withstand freezing?if I had good embryos, should I have a fresh cycle better than frozen?

Advanced age: Unfortunately, older eggs do not fare well compared to younger ones in any aspect of IVF. And whereas frozen embryos lately perform comparably to fresh embryos when young eggs are used, the same cannot be said about older eggs. ...Read more

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What happens to your frozen eggs and embryos once you die?

See your contract.: You have signed a contract that specifically deals with the disposal of your genetic material in the event of your death or your partner's death. Review it and call your rei clinic to elucidate this important point. ...Read more

Embryo (Definition)

An embryo is a developing human being from between 1- ...Read more