The most significant distinction between egg freezing and embryo freezing is that embryo freezing necessitates the use of sperm, while egg freezing does not. A woman's eggs are removed and then stored for future use in egg freezing.
The developing infant within the mother's womb is referred to as an embryo or a foetus (uterus). The gestational age is used to distinguish between embryo and foetus. An embryo is a stage of human development during which vital bodily structures such as organs are produced.
Frozen embryos are kept and maintained at hospital laboratories or IVF centres. They can be securely stored for at least ten years, if not longer.
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