Cryopreservation is a method of freezing and preserving sperm, eggs or embryos for their later use. We only store quality embryos and healthy embryos from which a healthy baby can grow.
Prior to freezing the cells, we treat them to prevent their damage during cryopreservation. The cells are frozen slowly, at a rate of approximately 0.3 ° C per minute. We store them in liquid nitrogen at about -195 ° C.
If we want to prepare the frozen embryo for transfer, we need to warm it up to room temperature, remove the cryopreservation substances and see if it is capable of further development.