Fertile Future: Embryo Banking Program

Trust 30 years of cryogenic storage experience

Pregnant Mom looking at her ultrasoundEmbryo storage is not only a valuable asset in protecting a woman’s reproductive future, but also a vital component in many fertility procedures. California Cryobank is accredited by the American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB) and the California Cryobank, Los Angeles embryo storage facility is the choice of hundreds of physicians and clinics around the country.

To arrange for an embryo transfer to California Cryobank or for more information, please contact us at 866-477-3762. 

Embryo storage services are available through our Los Angeles headquarters, Los Altos branch office, Cambridge branch office, New York branch office and Houston branch office. We will arrange for the shipment of your embryos from anywhere in the U.S. to our Los Angeles office.

Reasons for Embryo Storage:

  • By couples whose infertility treatment includes an assisted reproductive procedure (IVF, GIFT or ZIFT) or micromanipulation (ICSI). Many women produce numerous eggs due to fertility drugs. Often, only a handful of the embryos are re-implanted into the uterus. Storing the remaining embryos can make additional procedures less expensive and easier.
  • By any female diagnosed with cancer who will undergo treatments that may reduce or diminish her fertility potential. Women considering egg storage due to a cancer diagnosis can also have their eggs fertilized, creating embryos for storage.
  • High cost of continued storage at an IVF clinic

Please note California Cryobank does not offer the assisted reproductive techniques necessary to create embryos and is only a long-term storage facility.  Upon request, we can provide you with a list of fertility clinics in your area which offer these services. 

 

How It Works

Transferring you embryos to California Cryobank for long-term storage is a simple process.

Step 1: Request for our Embryo Transfer General Information Packet

Step 2: Follow instructions to complete the required paperwork and mail back to California Cryobank. A California Cryobank Coordinator will coordinate the process from start to finish by working with you and the facility currently holding your embryos.

Step 3: Contact the facility currently holding your embryos. Release paperwork may be required on their end.

Step 4: A California Cryobank Coordinator will keep you informed of when your embryos will be shipped to California Cryobank.

Step 5: Once your embryos arrive, you may contact California Cryobank at any time to have them transferred out should you use them in the future.

For more information, please contact us at 866-477-3762

 

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