dedicated to the treatment of fertility problems
Embryo Cryopreservation (Freezing and Storage)
Cryopreservation allows banking of surplus embryos for later use. The embryos are stored in liquid nitrogen at -196ºC. Vitrification is the most up-to-date freezing technique which provides the highest frozen-thaw survival rate (>90%) and causes the least damage to the embryos. 
Max. storage period
• Embryos for patient's own use : 10 years
• Embryos/ gametes from anonymous donation : 10 years, or 3 live birth events, whichever comes earlier
• Embryos/ gametes from designated donation : 2 years
Semen Analysis


Assisted HatchingFrozen-Thawed Embryo Transfer (FET)