Frozen embryos are as good as fresh one for IVF births
Frozen embryos are as good as fresh one for IVF births

Using frozen embryos for in vitro fertilisation gives infertile couples just as much of a chance of having a child as using fresh ones, a study has found. 

Researchers from the university of medicine and pharmacy in Vietnam and university of Adelaide in Australia showed that ongoing pregnancy rates and live births were equivalent in a group of IVF women implanted with frozen embryos compared with fresh embryos. 

Frozen embryos techniques are growing in population in fertility Clinics worldwide. This is one of the reasons why our researchers, and of course couples who are hoping to have a child. 

The study, published in The New England Journal Of Medicine investigated almost 800 women who had infertility not related to polycystic ovarian syndrome 

Women were give one cycle of IVF, where either a transfer of fresh embryos were frozen and one cycle of thawed embryos occurred subsequently without the use of IVF drugs.

After the first completed cycle of IVF, ongoing pregnancy occurred in 36% of women in the frozen embryo group, and in 35% of the fresh embryo group. 

Rates of the live birth after the first embryo transfer were 34% in the frozen embryo group, and 32% in the fresh embryo group. 

Previous research has shown that women who experience infertility because of pics Benefit from significantly higher live birth rates from frozen embryos In IVF procedures, but evidence was lacking for this approach in non PCOS patients said professor Ben Mol from the university of Adelaide. Frozen embryos are as good as fresh one for IVF births

Using frozen embryos for in vitro fertilisation gives infertile couples just as much of a chance of having a child as using fresh ones, a study has found.