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Egg freezing, also referred to as fertility preservation, offers women the opportunity to preserve their fertility until they are ready to build a family. Egg freezing may be done for medical reasons or for social reasons, and can offer women true peace of mind in knowing that their fertility is not at risk due to aging or a medical condition.
Egg freezing is a relatively new technology that was not available to previous generations. In fact, elective or “social” egg freezing has become an increasingly popular option for women who know they want to have a baby, but are not yet ready to do so because of personal or career goals. Coastal Fertility Medical Center helps women explore all of their fertility options based on their individual health conditions, their career plans, and their goals for family planning.
What is egg freezing?
Egg freezing is a fertility preservation process in which a woman’s eggs are extracted, frozen, and stored for later use. The first step involves administering fertility drugs to stimulate the ovaries to produce multiple mature eggs. Then, a fertility specialist extracts the eggs and cryogenically freezes them. These eggs can be stored indefinitely and are used whenever the woman decides she wants to start a family.
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Should I freeze my eggs?
Choosing to freeze your eggs is a very personal decision. Many women choose elective egg freezing because:
How do I get started with egg freezing?
The doctors at Coastal Fertility Medical Center recognize that every woman deserves the chance to start a family when she is ready to do so, and that fertility preservation gives her this opportunity. If you are interested in egg freezing as a way to preserve your fertility, please contact Coastal Fertility Medical Center to discuss your options for.
Join us May 10 for a free monthly fertility seminar hosted by Dr. Werlin.
Learn about the low and high technology of fertility treatment options.
Join us in April for our next free quarterly egg freezing seminar.
Learn about the process of egg freezing and fertility preservation.