Blastocyst Transfer
This procedure involves growing the fertilized embryo to the blastocyst stage of development in a laboratory. At which point it is transferred into the uterus through in vitro fertilization. Blastocyst transfer increases the chances of pregnancy and decreases the chances of multiple births.

Frozen Embryo Transfer
Frozen embryos are fertilized eggs that have been cryopreserved (frozen). A frozen embryo transfer refers to the thawing and transferring of the embryo into the uterus. Frozen embryo transfer allows you to store your embryos in a special freezing chamber until you are ready to try fertility treatments again or if you decide to conceive another child.

Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) is is often highly successful in women who have ovulation disorders and for couples that have already undergone previous IVF procedures.