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The aim of this article is to get to know cryopreservation. You will learn about the cryopreservation process and cryotransfer. At the end of the article you will find our P4B check.Through this article we would like to offer you a basis for your decision on the way to child happiness!

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Freezing (cryopreservation)

Possibility of fertility precaution and fertility reserve

Cryopreservation allows human body cells to be frozen and used at a later date. This method has now become established in the field of fertility treatment. The processes and procedures have been adapted so that the success rates for artificial insemination with frozen cells are also increasing. The 2019 yearbook of the German IVF registry shows that the proportion of cycles with thawed cells is steadily increasing.

It should be particularly emphasised that no disadvantages or special risks arise from cryopreservation. The risks of child disabilities and genetic disorders have also not been identified.

The thawing process involves little effort and the subsequent cryo-transfer has become a standard. In 2019, 30,666 thawing transfers were performed (Yearbook 2019 IVF Registry). We would like to explain the possibility of cryopreservation to you.