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    Default frozen vs fresh embros

    Hi Dr Jessup,
    I have done one ivf cycle and have some frozen embros i dont no alot have researched some results was wondering what you think would give us best chance frozen or fresh transfer.
    Thank you.

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    Fresh embryos have the highest success rate. The new technique of freezing called vitrification is excellent and these embryos when thawed do nearly as well as fresh. Good Luck


 

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