As more women today are delaying starting a family to pursue educations and careers, fertility preservation is increasing in popularity. Many women have just been unable to find their life partner. These resourceful women are considering freezing their eggs, but are unsure of the process. They do not know where to go for help. Egg freezing parties allow women to learn about their fertility preservation options in a safe environment where there is no pressure.
Fertility Preservation Through Egg Freezing Explained
As a woman ages, her chances of getting pregnan. Women are the most fertile during their twenties - the prime reproductive years. Despite this biologic readiness, this timeline does not fit the lives of many women. In growing numbers, women are choosing to pursue their professional and personal dreams before starting a family. However, after age 35, a woman’s natural fertility significantly declines. This is directly related to the decrease in quality of her eggs. By harvesting, freezing, and storing eggs during their prime reproductive years, women can pursue their goals and ambitions without worrying they are risking the ability to have children in the future. Then, when a woman is ready to have a baby, her healthy eggs may be thawed, fertilized, and transferred to her uterus for implantation and pregnancy.
Egg Freezing Parties
Egg freezing parties are a simple concept. Many professional women are interested in fertility preservation, but may not feel comfortable discussing their fertility options with friends or family. Egg freezing parties allow women to speak with a fertility expert without pressure. This can be done in a social, fun, and relaxing environment. At the end of the evening, women are better informed about their options for fertility preservation and equipped to make decisions about their reproductive future.
Egg Freezing Parties Information
To schedule an egg freezing party - or to learn more about fertility preservation - contact the New Hope Fertility Center team - a world renowned leader in egg freezing technology. Please click the link below to enter your information and New Hope will contact you, or simply call 917.525.5496.