CET is a fast and painless transfer of a healthy thawed embryo into the uterus. More than 80 % of the embryos will survive in health. Concerns about the transfer of thawed embryos are common but unnecessary. Approximately the same number take hold in the uterus as fresh embryos.
We do CET after the preparation of the uterine lining, usually on the 19th day of the cycle. The transfer itself takes 10 minutes and is similar to a regular gynecological examination. The embryo is transferred to the uterus by an experienced physician with a thin cannula under the control of ultrasound. After transferring, we let you rest for about 40 minutes.
In the vast majority of cases, we transfer only one embryo to the uterus. The likelihood of getting pregnant after CET is high. Success depends on the quality of the embryo and the uterine lining, which are things we can keep an eye on at PRONATAL