If you previously took a break from IVF but have high-quality frozen embryos, you can use those embryos for subsequent transfers, even if those embryos were made at another clinic.Book your consultation
We offer three packages for frozen embryo transfers. Our ethical pricing model offers flat prices without hidden fees, surprise costs, or inflated profit margins. Talk to your financial coordinator to determine the right frozen embryo transfer option for you.
Medication purchased through a pharmacy (your insurance may cover this)
The frozen embryos from your previous IVF cycles are thawed in the Oma laboratory. Your embryos are graded by highly skilled embryologists for health and viability to maximize your chance of success.
The highest graded embryo is transferred. This quick outpatient procedure requires no sedation and feels similar to a pap smear.
After the transfer, you’ll take a medication that boosts the chances of successful embryo implantation and development.
After about two weeks, you’ll take a pregnancy test. If the test is positive, we’ll administer another test soon after to make sure the pregnancy is progressing successfully. If everything goes well, you’ll be well on your journey to building your family. If your pregnancy test is negative, we’ll schedule a follow-up visit to discuss your options.