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Can I Freeze My Eggs If I Want To Get Pregnant in the Future

For women who are focused on their career, are facing medical treatment, or who are searching for their perfect partner, the tick of their biological clock can be deafening.  The question of whether or not you can freeze eggs to prolong your ability to get pregnant has a one word answer.  Yes!  

blog10When is it okay to freeze eggs?

Regardless of the reason for a woman wishing to preserve her fertility, egg freezing is an ideal way to extend the time she is able to conceive.  Women choose to delay starting a family for many reasons.  In fact, waiting until she’s ready allows a woman to be a better and more fulfilled mother.

Can you freeze your eggs after age 35?

Although it is best to freeze eggs as early as possible, there is no cut off for fertility preservation.  A woman’s eggs are at their highest quality prior to age 35.  After 35, the quality of the eggs begin to decrease, making it harder to become pregnant naturally.  However, it is easier to become pregnant with eggs frozen at age 36 than trying to conceive naturally at age 40. 

Can you freeze your eggs years in advance?

Yes, eggs may be frozen years in advance of when they will be used.  In fact, freezing eggs as early as possible provides the best chance for harvesting high quality eggs.  Vitrification, a state of the art method of freezing eggs, has a success rate of 98 percent for the freezing and thawing process.  The process to flash freeze eggs along with the use of a cryoprotectant creates the perfect environment for long term storage.

Where’s the best place to go for fertility preservation?

Located in Manhattan, New Hope Fertility Center is a premier provider of fertility treatments including egg freezing.  By customizing their approach to the unique needs of each client, New Hope is able to have success rates that exceed national averages while using significantly less fertility medication.

Receive additional information on fertility preservation by contacting the fertility experts at New Hope today. Please click the link below to enter your information and New Hope will contact you, or simply call 212-517-7676. Thank You.


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