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  1. theodora12
  2. PGD
  3. Sunday, 09 March 2014
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I am 44 years old and am planning on doing IVF with PGD and a frozen transfer. I noticed your clinic has very high success rates for women over 42 in frozen cycles. My questions is: Are these embryos that were retrieved and frozen earlier, when the women were younger? Or are they actually embryos retrieved when the women were over 42? Is the high pregnancy rate due to the pgs and good freezing? Or is because they are frozen embryos from when the woman was younger
Thank You.
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DrTourgeman Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
Hi Theodora12-Thank you so much for your questions. While there is going to be patient-to-patient variability a majority of the embryos are from patients from the recent past. Certainly PGS and good freezing techniques will also sway the pregnancy rates to be higher.
David Tourgeman, MD
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