IVF experts suggest that women opting for the treatment could attain better results using frozen embryos instead of the fresh ones.
Doctors said, "Normally in IVF, the embryos thought to have the best chance of resulting in a pregnancy are used in treatment a few days after they are made in a dish".
The embryos, which are left, are frozen, so that they can be used again by the woman, in case the treatment could not be successful.
Almost 11 different studies from around the globe were assessed, in which more than 37,000 pregnancies were enlisted. The review suggested that fertility treatment proved to be best for the mother and even the baby, in cases where frozen embryos were used.
It was affirmed that there were 33% less chances of giving birth to small or premature babies and 20% less chances of the baby dyeing in the initial days or week after birth.
Moreover, it was notified that the women assisted with frozen embryos were less likely to face severe complications during the pregnancy period, including bleeding, which was administered in case of those who used fresh embryos.
Researcher Abha Maheshwari, an IVF consultant with NHS Grampian, asserted that the findings would help change thinking of many, who believe that such delicate assets, embryos, can't be frozen, due to safety concerns.
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