Embryo banking is a large part of fertility treatment and fertility preservation. Embryo banking is a useful fertility tool for a number of individuals on their quest to grow their families. Understanding how and when embryo banking is used can help to make fully informed reproductive decisions.
Embryo banking is the practice of freezing embryos for use during later IVF cycles. When vitrification is used, embryo freezing may be done with little risk of damage. Embryos frozen with vitrification have a 98 percent survival rate for the freezing and thawing process. Embryos may be stored for years until they are needed.
Embryo banking may be done for a variety of reasons:
Women in both of these groups benefit from embryo banking. Regardless of the reason, it is often easier to become pregnant with banked embryos than by trying naturally when a woman is older.
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