Cryo-embryo transfer (CET) is the transfer of thawed embryos into the uterus. Embryos cultured in previous IVF cycles and frozen using vitrification are usually used for transfer.Contact us
About cryo-embryo transfer
During an IVF cycle, we usually obtain more healthy embryos than we subsequently use for transfer. The remaining embryos are frozen by vitrification and then stored in liquid nitrogen at -196 °C. We can store embryos this way for up to ten years. Up to 95% of embryos can be used after thawing.
Cryo-embryo transfer can also be used for embryos examined using PGT.
Course of treatment
Always contact us prior to starting preparations for cryo-embryo transfer, so that we can draw up a precise treatment plan.