Egg freezing is a useful tool in preserving a woman’s fertility. Women wish to preserve their fertility for a number of reasons. Although women are most fertile before age 35, this may not be the ideal time for them to start a family. While it is possible to become pregnant after 35 and even after 40, the process is much easier when younger eggs are used. Fertility preservation allows women to store their own healthy, high quality eggs until they are ready to start a family.
When looking into fertility preservation, it is important to work with a fertility center that is an expert in the fields of egg freezing and IVF. After all, the eggs that are harvested for storage will ultimately be fertilized and implanted using an in vitro fertilization procedure. Conveniently located in Manhattan, New Hope Fertility Center is the top egg freezing center in New York City. By focusing on the unique needs of each patient, New Hope is able to provide more holistic approaches to fertility treatment.
Expert Freezing and Storage of Eggs
New Hope was among the first fertility clinics in the United States to use vitrification to freeze eggs. Vitrification is a method of flash freezing eggs that virtually eliminates the likelihood of damage by ice crystals. Use of vitrification increases the survival rate for the freezing and thawing process from 55 percent to 98 percent, making egg freezing a reliable way to preserve fertility.
A Holistic Approach to IVF
What further sets New Hope apart is their success rates once a woman is ready to start a family with their stored eggs. Consistently on the cutting edge of IVF treatment, New Hope pioneered two alternative protocols for IVF that use little to no fertility medication. Depending on the needs of the client, fertility medication may not be necessary to support the IVF cycle.
Schedule an appointment today to learn how expert egg freezing methods combined with high IVF success rates can help you have the family of your dreams when you're ready. Please click the link below to enter your information and New Hope will contact you, or simply call 212-517-7676. Thank You.