We want to share an interesting story:
A news report from the U.K. indicated that they “found no increased risk of congenital malformations in the FER group.” They actually indicated that “infants born from embryos which were frozen and then thawed before being implanted into a woman had a higher birth weight and were less likely to suffer abnormalities. Fewer of the children were also twins or triplets.”
RFC has had great success with Frozen Embryo transfers even though the common conception is that the freezing and thawing processes may damage the embryo. It appears that this study had found frozen embryo transfers to have an even higher success. They attribute the reason to be better embryo selection for implantation, and also that only the best quality embryos were selected for freezing. Read the full article HERE
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