April 7, 2020

Transferring Your Frozen Embryos to Fertility Centers of New England

Transferring Your Frozen Embryos to Fertility Centers of New England

Transferring your frozen embryos to Fertility Centers of New England is a relatively simple process. It is something we handle often, and we will guide you through it from start to finish.

Step 1: Set Up a Virtual Consultation

Call us at 1-877-326-3483 or schedule a free* virtual consultation to get started.

Step 2: Speak With Your Doctor

In our virtual consultation, your Fertility Centers of New England doctor will discuss a treatment plan, options, and next steps with you.

Step 3: Speak With Lab Director

We will connect you with the Fertility Centers of New England lab director who will discuss timing and options for courier service, as well as answer any additional questions you may have.

Step 4: Contact the Other Laboratory

Next, you will contact the lab where your embryos are stored and initiate the process to transfer them to us. Don’t worry, this is something they are used to doing. Be sure to ask about any fees they may have on their side.

Step 5: Set Up Shipping and Delivery

You can now call your chosen courier service to arrange the delivery of your embryos to our laboratory. Average cost for a courier service is typically $200-300. Once started, the entire process usually takes two to four days. We can receive shipments Monday through Friday, from 7:30 am to 3:00 pm.

You are all set! After we work through those steps together, your embryos will be safely stored with Fertility Centers of New England, and your doctors and Care Team will be right here and ready to help you take the next steps in growing your family.

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*Virtual consultations are covered by most insurances, or are free for those without infertility insurance. Our doctors are available to meet with you virtually using simple and secure technology on your smartphone, tablet, or computer.
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Peter Wieckowski, Ph.D.

Peter Wieckowski, Ph.D. HCLD, Director, Assisted Reproductive Technology Laboratories