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Many women today are choosing to postpone childbearing until after they have completed their education, established their careers, and/or fulfilled whatever goals they may have set for themselves. For some women, however, this decision may later result in difficulties conceiving. Because a woman’s ovarian reserve begins to decrease in her 30s, trying to have children later in life may come with challenges that cannot always be overcome without assistance. To avoid being faced with the choice of either having a baby before they’re ready or having difficulties getting pregnant in the future, many women understand the importance of early planning and are turning to egg freezing and cryopreservation as a solution to their family planning needs. Reproductive Fertility Center offers Egg freezing and storage at our Southern California clinics conveniently located in West Hollywood, Riverside, and Glendora.
Females are often surprised to hear that delaying pregnancy can significantly impact their chances of getting pregnant. While males can continuously produce sperm, women are born with all of the eggs they will ever have, leading to a lesser and lesser number of eggs over time. On average, a female at birth will have over 1,000,000 eggs and by adolescence, they will lose 50% of those, and continually lose 600-800 more eggs per month depleted from their ovarian reserve. Through the help with state-of-the-art technology, Reproductive Fertility Center can help support you through the early planning of your egg preservation so when you are ready your eggs, they will be healthy and prepared for fertilization.
Let’s review the Egg Freezing and Preservation process when working with Reproductive Fertility Center:
There are many use cases for Egg Freezing for many women. Some include:
The best time for a woman to freeze her eggs is when she is in her early to mid 20s. This is the peak fertility period, during which a woman is likely to have a large selection of healthy eggs for freezing. The younger a woman is when she freezes her eggs, the better chance she has of them successfully fertilizing and resulting in pregnancy at a time that works best for her.
A woman can benefit from egg freezing if she has recently been diagnosed with early-stage cancer and is planning to undergo radiation or chemotherapy. These conventional cancer treatments can leave a woman infertile. However, a woman’s eggs can be frozen before treatment to ensure that healthy eggs will be available to use at a later date.
Women with severe ovarian cysts or cancer may need to consider ovarian removal. The removal of the ovaries means that a woman will no longer be able to produce eggs naturally. If the uterus is left intact, we can use frozen eggs to achieve pregnancy when a woman is ready.
There are many factors that go into the success rate of egg freezing. For starters, age plays a large role in a woman’s fertility, as it significantly changes in her 30’s. We have seen broadly that younger women have a higher success rate when using egg freezing and cryopreservation.
While age is a primary factor, there are some other determinates that affect the overall success rate including menstrual health, uterus health, existence of fertility issues. However, state-of-the-art technology has been improving over time which has also given a significant stride in egg freezing treatment.
The cost of egg freezing varies depending a number of factors but costs around $15,000. This fee includes all the testing, medication, and storage for your eggs. For more information contact our dedicated office staff at 310-881-8846
Whether you are looking for solutions to preserve your eggs now or later, there is a high importance around early planning. Our state-of-the-art clinics located in West Hollywood, Riverside, and Glendora are prepared to get your started on your fertility journey today. Contact us online or call us directly at 310-881-8846 to get started!
Yes, it is generally safe. Studies on children born from frozen eggs and embryos have not shown increased risks or health problems.
If you decide not to use your eggs for reproductive purposes, you have several options available. These can include donating them to others who are in need of eggs for fertility treatments, contributing them to scientific research, or opting for the eggs to be discarded.
The total cost of egg freezing varies based on factors such as insurance coverage, medication requirements, the number of cycles needed, and other variables.
Although the majority of embryos successfully survive the process, it is important to note that, despite our diligent selection of high-quality embryos, there is a small chance of some not surviving during cryopreservation.
Your eggs can be frozen for an extended period of time. The exact duration of egg freezing can vary based on individual circumstances and the specific techniques used.
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