Egg freezing helps women to organize their fertility plan and their life. The cryopreservation stops the biological clock at the time of retrieval of the eggs so they can be used in the future.
The last years due to vitrification has dramatically improved the success rate. The eggs are frozen until you are ready to use them.
To prepare for egg freezing, you will undergo the same first phase of hormone injections as in vitro fertilization patients.
NUMBER OF EGGS
On average, we are born with 1-2 million eggs, and by age 30, that number can drop by at least 90%. By the time women reach the age of 40, they can have ten times fewer eggs stored in their ovaries than when they were 25 years old. No two women are alike; you may have more or fewer eggs than another woman of the same age.
EGG QUALITY: CHANCE OF PREGNANCY
It’s not just about the number of eggs, it’s also about quality. Egg quality rapidly declines after the age of 35, leading to an increased risk of fertility and chromosomal issues. This is especially important to consider when it comes to future fertility planning even after the birth of your first baby.
There are many reasons for freezing your eggs
• Living life
• Life partner
• Early menopause
• Genetic disease
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