Based on recent studies, the chance for a successful pregnancy through Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) is comparable to fresh IVF cycle transfers. FET success has improved dramatically over the last several years. FETs are typically a Single Embryo Transfer after a woman’s body is prepared for pregnancy. Good eggs create quality embryos. Multiple embryo transfers do not increase a woman’s chances of conception – only the likelihood of a multiple pregnancy. These high quality embryos can be transferred one at a time to the mother at the time of a fresh IVF cycle – or – through future FET procedures. Single Embryo Transfers through FET also help couples build balanced families through gender selection.