There has been a huge debate in the field of assisted reproduction why fresh donor eggs is always better than a frozen one. You may be less likely to have a baby with a frozen egg than with a fresh one, according to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. The new study, published in August 2015 has found that in-vitro fertilization with frozen eggs has a significantly lower live birth rate. For your understanding, we have compiled this article based on the findings and studies of the reports conducted by the team of researchers.
Frozen Eggs Vs. Fresh Eggs
Nowadays, an increasing number of women undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF) use donated eggs for successful fertilization to occur. Potential egg donor profiles in India tend to be selected from the young women whose age is between 20 to 30 years-old, and has been traditionally used, with the creating embryos that could be transferred into the uterus of the women for term. The extra embryos would be cryopreserved for future use.
However, some IVF centers have established frozen donor egg banks, for women to have future pregnancies. If we go back to the history, the idea of fertilizing human eggs in a laboratory was controversial, when Louise Brown, the first IVF baby was born in 1978.
According to fertility experts, though freezing of eggs has also evolved with the rise of assisted reproductive technologies but there is always the risk that some eggs may not withstand the freezing and thawing process, even if vitrification method is used. It has been found that sometimes the eggs do not divide as expected and leads to a negative pregnancy test result. In some cases, a miscarriage also happens. In comparison to this, women are in need of an egg donor can use fresh embryos from an egg donation agency in India and they will be assured about 10-15 mature eggs, that will be fertilized and cultured and then transferred to the uterus, thus increasing your chances for successful pregnancy.
Further more you can ask as many questions about the donor profile that you are choosing, education family background and other questions while you can never have the chance to ask those questions when using frozen eggs. Almost every IVF specialist will agree with you that the chances for successful pregnancy increases with fresh egg donation cycle than the frozen ones. The studies indicate that the frozen eggs lost quality during freezing or thawing. However, many fewer frozen eggs are used for a given procedure than when fresh eggs are involved.
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