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Is there any risk after thawing of frozen embryos at the Millennium Reproductive Center in Thailand?

2019-06-27 18:11:09

IVF is an important way to solve the problem of infertility nowadays. In the case of the continuous development of this technology, some new technologies have been derived, such as the Millennium Embryo Center frozen embryo. This technique is actually an outward-expansion technique for assisted reproduction, which requires long-term preservation in a liquid nitrogen environment at minus 196 degrees Celsius compared to fresher embryos.

The reason why auxiliaries assist in the preservation of this technology is mainly to save the fertility function effectively, but after it is preserved by this freezing method, it needs to be thawed, then, at the time of thawing treatment What problems will arise? Is there any risk? The following Millennium Reproductive Center will answer you.

Although this kind of freezing technology is already relatively mature in the present, it may cause some dangers if it is improperly operated during the thawing process. In most cases, some antifreeze protectants are added to these frozen cells. The reason for adding this substance is to prevent the frozen embryo from suffering from membrane damage and ice crystal damage, because the use of a cryogen is effective. It penetrates into the cells, and at this time the water in the cells is replaced, so as to prevent the formation of ice crystals and ultimately avoid damage.

When the embryo is at minus 196 degrees Celsius, it will remain in a static state, and metabolism has stopped, and aging will not occur, regardless of whether the freezing time is long or short. After years of research, the Millennium Reproductive Center in Thailand found that the success rate of frozen and thawed embryos implanted in mothers is higher than that of fresh embryos, which means that there is no risk in this way. Even higher than the rate of transplanting fresh embryos.