A maximum of 4 embryos can be implanted in each child during IVF treatment. Other high-quality embryos taken out during the course of treatment can be preserved by embryo freezing technology, and then thawed when the next child is ready to be born, eliminating the need for the process of re-obtaining eggs.
In July 2021, in the in vitro phone database fertilization (commonly known as IVF) artificial reproductive technology subsidy program implemented by the National Health Administration of Taiwan, there is a clear limit to the subsidy program that can only implant a maximum of 2 embryos at a time. Frozen embryos can be used as a method of preserving high-quality embryos. 3. Waiting for the arrival of the second treasure, frozen embryos reduce the risk of secondary infertility After a successful pregnancy,
some couples face the problem of secondary infertility due to disease or aging and cannot successfully conceive a second child. Parents who already have children at home may consider getting pregnant again after many years to add a new member. Frozen embryos can not only save future babies, but also reduce the risk of secondary infertility. 4. Conditioning the uterus environment before implantation, frozen embryos increase the success rate