Embryo Transfer in Iran



What is Embryo Transfer in Iran?

To bring about a successful pregnancy, a woman must undergo an Embryo Transfer. In an Embryo Transfer in Iran, a fertilized egg is deposited from the uterus and is allowed to develop for many days before being transferred into the womb.

The IVF embryo is loaded into a catheter, which is then passed through the vagina and cervix and into the uterus during the embryo transfer procedure in Iran. Valium may be used in cases where anesthesia is not required.


What is a Frozen Embryo Transfer?

It is possible to have an IVF procedure known as a frozen embryo transfer (FET), which involves the thawing and transfer to the uterus of an embryo generated from an earlier egg retrieval round. In many cases, frozen embryos from a prior conventional IVF round are used in FET. Embryos that have been cryogenically frozen can also be used as donor embryos.


When is it Best to Use a Frozen Embryo Cycle?

IVF and ICSI cycles typically yield numerous eggs for insemination, resulting in multiple viable embryos being formed. If the first transfer does not lead to a pregnancy, the remaining eggs can be saved and used in a subsequent IVF cycle or to create a sibling.

If the lining of the uterus is not sufficiently developed or if she is in danger of developing ovarian hyper-stimulation syndrome, a woman undergoing IVF in Iran therapy may be recommended to freeze all of her embryos and not immediately transfer any of them (OHSS).

For this reason, it's becoming more typical for a fertility professional to advise freezing all of a woman's embryos so that they can be implanted more naturally later on in her cycle when her body is more conducive to getting pregnant.


Embryo freezing

 is a greatly approved Infertility treatment in Iran and it can also be an option for women who wish to delay having children until their late 30s or early 40s but are concerned that they will not have sufficient eggs.


How does Frozen Embryo Transfer Work? 

Desynchronization can be avoided using FET. Pregnant women may have a better chance of getting pregnant if they postpone Embryo Transfer in Iran until a later cycle. IVF embryos are generated and frozen rather than implanted while the body is still healing. The embryos are frozen and will be implanted once the patient’s body has had a chance to recover from the stress of the IVF process and has returned to a more common cycle. Choosing the gender of a child is also possible with this method through PGD and PGS. Couples may desire to do so for many reasons, including ensuring a balanced representation of the sexes. Embryos are generated, sampled, tested, and frozen throughout the first cycle. A Frozen Embryo Transfer in Iran will be performed once the biopsy findings are in and the female partner has recovered from her egg retrieval. 


What Happens After the Embryo Transfer in Iran? 

Your nurse coordinator will explain your medications and any lifestyle changes before leaving for home following the transfer.

Eleven to Fourteen days after your Embryo Transfer in Iran, your doctor will order a pregnancy blood test. Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG), which is created during pregnancy, is measured by a blood test. You should wait until the recommended date to undergo your test because the usage of hormones during the cycle can result in inaccurate results. As long as your prenatal test is negative, you must continue taking the authorized drugs.

Pregnancy bleeding or spotting can occur in some women before taking a pregnancy test. If you have been taking medication, you must continue to do so until you speak with your fertility doctor.


The ERA (Endometrial Receptivity Analysis) is a genetic test that evaluates the expression of genes to evaluate whether the endometrial lining is properly developed to accept an embryo.

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