FET & Surrogacy
Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) involves the use of thawed embryos that were frozen in a previous IVF Cycle and transfer this embryo into the uterus of the surrogate.
A surrogate is required to undergo a Frozen Embryo Transfer cycle in order to achieve a pregnancy.
Prior to this procedure, she will be asked to meet with the Fertility specialist to ensure she is medically suitable for the surrogacy program. The surrogate will also be asked to attend an information session with a fertility coordinator. During this session, she will be informed about the type of treatment she will undergo (e.g. medications), the risks of the procedure and the pregnancy, lifestyle recommendations, and other requirements.