Years leading the industry in human reproductive cryostorage


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Cryostorage Fertility Preservation Tank

Science of Long-term Cryostorage

  • 01 Twins born from 30-yr-old embryos sets new record
    CNN reported that twins were recently born from 30-yr-old embryos (cryopreserved on April 22, 1992) to couple Philip and Rachel Ridgeway. This broke the previous record of a birth from a 27-year-old embryo.
  • 02Oocyte Cryopreservation Non-Experimental
    2012 Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) Practice Committee upgrades oocyte freezing from experimental to standard, concluding sufficient studies prove egg freezing as a clinically viable technique due to improved freezing storage and thawing techniques.
  • 03Preservation of ovarian tissue
    2018 - ASRM determines ovarian tissue cryopreservation is no longer considered experimental and can be used in prepubertal patients or when there is not enough time before cancer treatments for ovarian stimulation and harvest of eggs.

Our Storage


The overwhelming reason people store embryos is for the ability to use them in future cycles and to avoid additional egg retrievals. At ReproTech, we provide affordable and cost-effective options for safe, reliable, long-term embryo storage. The list of fertility clinics that trust us to provide this essential service to their patients continues to grow and that’s why over half our storage capacity is dedicated to embryos.


More and more patients are freezing sperm before starting cancer treatments, deploying in the military, participating in high-impact sports, planning on having a vasectomy, or starting gender transition. For these individuals, their desire for a family in the future lies in protecting their options with sperm storage today — as illustrated by the fact that nearly a third of our storage is sperm.

Eggs (oocyte)

Advances in freezing methods mean that egg/oocyte storage is growing as cancer patients of all ages are being advised to protect their future fertility, and career-focused individuals opt to store their young eggs for future use when they are ready to start a family.



Stories from the fertility industry