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Embryo Banking vs. Fertility Preservation

Embryo freezing is growing in popularity as more and more women look to have children later in life. By storing embryos in their prime reproductive years (35 and younger), women are able to stop their biological clock. The quality of a woman's eggs declines significantly after 35 and her chances of getting pregnant naturally is  reduced. Through embryo cryopreservation a woman can get pregnant when she is ready to have a family. 

Fertility Preservation

Many women are interested in fertility preservation, but don't know the difference between embryo banking and fertility preservation. There is a difference between embryo banking during repeated IVF procedures to achieve a pregnancy in the present and embryo cyropreservation to preserve future fertility.

Fertility preservation may be done by freezing eggs or freezing embryos. Both protocols begin with a fresh IVF cycle typically producing multiple egg (10 to 15).

 

Egg Banking

Freezing embryos for present use - or - banking embryos has been used in Conventional IVF procedures as a means of reducing costs and physical harship on a woman underging multiple IVF cycles. Surplus embryos are frozen and stored for use during a later cycle called Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET). Banking embryos decreases the number of fresh IVF cycles a woman has to undergo to achieve pregnancy.

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Reduced Egg Banking With IVF SURE™

IVF SURE™ is a revolutionary IVF money back guarantee program. Using the new technology of  single embryo transfer through, you will become pregnant or we will refund your money. It’s that simple. Our outcome-based pricing minimizes the risk of IVF and ensures that there are no hidden costs or fees. You pay a fixed amount of money for three IVF cycles with the goal of becoming pregnant. If you do not become pregnant, we will return all your money.

One Good Egg Policy

Discover New Hope Fertility's One Good Egg Policy: We focus on the quality of a woman’s egg – not the quantity of eggs she is able to produce.

It is important to work with a fertility care team having the experience to accurately diagnose the underlying cause of your infertility and design an IVF treatment protocol that is best for you as an individual. Customized IVF care at New Hope Fertility NYC offers the highest success rates and best overall patient satisfaction.

 

 Free egg freezing consultation and 1 year of storage

Topics: Fertility, Embryo Transfer, Infertility, Fertility Treatment, embryo banking

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