Dressed to the nines and holding cocktails, women in NYC recently got together for a new kind of party. More than just a social gathering, these women gathered to learn how they could preserve their fertility. Some women were there because they wanted to have children once they were in the right relationship. Other women wanted the freedom to enter a new relationship without feeling pressured due to their biological clock. And yet another group of women aimed to reach a higher level professionally before starting a family.
Egg freezing parties provide a way for women to find out about fertility preservation in a stress free environment. During the parties, fertility experts present information on the freezing and storage process, what to expect during an egg freezing cycle, and the success rates. The pressure free environment is the ideal setting for women to ask fertility experts about egg freezing without judgment. Commonly asked questions include:
- What is the success rate for eggs surviving the freezing and thawing process?
- What is the best age to freeze eggs?
- How many eggs should be stored for future use?
- Does preserving my eggs for later jeopardize my fertility now?
- Can fertility preservation be done if a woman has irregular cycles?
- What are the risks and side effects of the procedure?
Cost is one of the major considerations for many women and it can be directly addressed during the egg freezing parties. When done for medical issues, fertility preservation may be covered by insurance. Additionally, a number of companies are beginning to offer fertility preservation benefits to their employees which can significantly reduce or eliminate a woman's out of pocket costs. New Hope Fertility Center, a world class egg freezing and fertility care center in NYC, offers fertility preservation cycles at a cost of $6,400. This cost does not include the necessary fees for fertility medication. Although the specific medication and dosage will vary by individual, fertility medication is administered in order to produce multiple eggs for storage.
Learn more about the fertility preservation program at New Hope Fertility Center by scheduling an appointment with them today. Please click the link below to enter your information and New Hope will contact you, or simply call 212-517-7676. Thank You.