Egg Freezing Process Timeline: IVFLA Fertility

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As women get older, they may encounter difficulty getting conceiving. Women are born with about 1-2 million eggs. As she gets older, especially as women enter their mid- to late-30s and 40s, the eggs disappear more quickly. Here in this presentation IFVLA Fertility Clinic presents some informative information about the process, its costs and major key points. We specialize in Assisted Hatching, Egg Donation, Fertility Preservation , Ovulation Induction , Ovulation Induction, Semen Analysis, Reproductive Surgery , Testicular Sperm Extraction, Gestational Surrogacy.

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Egg Freezing Process

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Egg freezing , also known as mature oocyte cryopreservation, is a method used to preserve reproductive potential in women. Eggs are harvested from women ovaries, frozen unfertilized and stored for later use. A frozen egg can be thawed, combined with sperm in a lab and implanted in uterus.

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Women with diminished ovarian reserve commonly have a reduced quantity of ovarian follicles and it can be harder to get pregnant naturally after 35, which is why many women who, for whatever reason, aren't quite ready to have a baby before then are opting to freeze their eggs to help ensure reproductive success later in life. Another reason to freeze may be if you've started trying to conceive in your late 30s, or think delayed childbearing might be a possibility, and you want to have more than one child. You may be able to get pregnant with the first one naturally, but then there's two and three, at which point you could be well into your 40s.

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The Cost of Egg Freezing Costs can be divided into 3 broad phases: Consultation, medication, egg retrieval Storage of eggs until use (usually an annual fee) Transfer of the eggs to attempt pregnancy

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Key Points A woman who is not ready to have a child can choose to freeze eggs to try to preserve her ability to have a child later. Freezing eggs is not a guarantee of being able to have a child later. Not everyone is a candidate for egg freezing. Egg freezing typically works best for those in their 20s to early 30s and is not usually recommended for women over 38 years.

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