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What is the Cryopreservation of Embryo?

Embryo cryopreservation or embryo freezing is the process of freezing and storing the extra embryos for future use. Cryopreservation of embryo is often a part of IVF (in-vitro fertilization) programs.

In IVF, embryos are made by fertilizing the eggs with the sperms (in a Petri-plate) in a laboratory condition. All the embryos developed cannot be transferred into the surrogate; hence the extra ones are stored which can be used for a fresh IVF transfer. This storing of embryos is known as cryopreservation of embryos.

What is the procedure?

Preserving the embryo for later use is the primary objective of embryo freezing. Therefore, the embryo has to be maintained in such an environmental condition that it does not die.

How can the embryos be used again?

Well, the defreezing process is known as thawing. When embryos are needed, it is taken out from the liquid nitrogen container and placed in the water bath where the temperature is made to rise gradually. As the temperature raises the cryoprotectants leaves the embryos. To limit the effect of the leaving cryoprotectants, a stepwise dilution process is done.

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