Infertility treatments often produce more embryos than needed, by storing remaining embryos, future infertility treatments may be easier and less expensive. This method is also suitable for cancer patients who are married.
Embryos can be frozen provided they are of sufficient quality. These may be thawed at a later date and transferred. Embryos may be stored for up to 10 year, but it is important to understand that not all embryos survive the freezing and thawing process. We will, together with the embryologist advise you as to the suitability of the embryos to be frozen.