Frozen Embryo Transfer.
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A Fertility Leader in San Antonio.
Our mission is to expand access to quality, affordable fertility care to everyone who has been left behind by the traditional fertility industry. We have designed our care options, including our Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) to be more transparent in order to make your care easier to understand and fit your budget.
What is Frozen
Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) is a fertility procedure that involves the transfer of embryos previously cryopreserved into a woman’s uterus. FET is commonly used in assisted reproductive technologies (artificial insemination) such as In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). It is preferred over fresh embryo transfers due to its greater flexibility in the timing of the transfer and uterine preparation. This provides several advantages for our patients:
• A Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) has a higher success rate compared to fresh embryo transfers because the embryos have been cryopreserved and thawed. This improves their survival rate.
• FET provides greater flexibility in the timing of embryo transfer and uterus preparation. This allows doctors to schedule the transfer when the uterus is most receptive, which can increase the chances of success.SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT
Is the Frozen Embryo
Transfer right for you?
Couples who would benefit from Frozen Embryo Transfer include:
• People that have already gone through an IVF treatment cycle and still
have embryos left.
What’s included in Pozitivf's
Frozen Embryo Transfer?
Frozen Embryo Transfer Educational Modules.
Mindstrong Fertility Session.
Monitoring Ultrasounds Venipuncture.
Monitoring Blood Work (If Applicable)
Thawing of Embryos.
Preparation of Embryo Transfer.
First and Second Pregnancy Test.
First Pregnancy Ultrasound.
"Pozitivf was a blessing in our fertility journey! ...We were shocked to see how affordable it can be when a doctor truly wants to help people... We are blessed to announce that we are now expecting!"
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Transfer (PET) Pricing.
FET Without Medication.
FET + Medication.
How Does Frozen
Embryo Transfer Work?
Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) is a fertility treatment procedure that
involves the transfer of previously cryopreserved embryos into a woman’s uterus.
Cryopreserved embryos are embryos that have been frozen and stored for future
use. The procedure is also commonly known as Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET).
FET is often used in assisted reproductive technologies such as In Vitro
Fertilization (IVF), where the embryo is first fertilized in a laboratory setting and then
cryopreserved for future use. In a FET procedure, the frozen embryo is thawed
and then placed in the uterus of the woman at a specific time in her menstrual cycle
when the uterine lining is receptive to the embryo.
FET is often preferred over fresh embryo transfers because it allows for more
flexibility in the timing of the transfer and the preparation of the woman’s uterus. It
also offers a higher success rate in certain cases, such as in women with irregular
menstrual cycles or in those who are undergoing cancer treatments that may affect
Overall, FET is a safe and effective way to help couples achieve pregnancy, and
it has become a widely used technique in modern fertility treatments.