Majority of the clinics have now developed techniques for freezing and storing four to eight cell embryos. This also saves the trouble of repeat ovulation trigger and oocyte retrieval.
Freezing also reduces the risk of multiple births, because the physician can transfer just one or two fresh embryos, saving the remainder for successive attempts.
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