Is There Preparation for Egg Freezing?

As reproductive techniques and technologies have advanced, women have more options than ever before when it comes to planning their families, including the timing of starting their family. The ability to freeze one’s eggs is here, enabling women and couples to potentially hold off the start of their families for various reasons, whether it’s to pursue schooling or careers, travel, or for health reasons. Egg freezing was approved in 2012 by the American Society of Reproductive Medicine. Since then more women have turned to essential preserve their future fertility. Some do so to preserve eggs before undergoing cancer treatment. Others want to focus on their careers before beginning a family.…

Is Egg Freezing a Good Option?

There’s no question that women are most fertile when younger. In the modern world, that can create problems, as the 20s and 30s are when many women are finishing their education or starting careers. Some women deliberately delay marriage and childbearing for that reason. However, waiting too long can create biological clock problems, and it can be more difficult for a woman to conceive or carry a pregnancy to term when she is older. Egg freezing is one option for these women and may also provide a solution to a women who wants children but has been diagnosed with cancer. Here’s some basic information about egg freezing from New York…

Should I Consider Egg Freezing?

Fact: women are most fertile in their younger years. That’s also the time women are finishing their education and starting careers; in many cases, they also delay marriage or may not have a partner. Those are reasons to consider egg freezing. Egg freezing may also be a consideration if a woman is diagnosed with cancer. If you’re considering egg freezing, here’s what New York Reproductive Wellness thinks you should know. Egg Freezing: Younger is Better Although people often speak of the biological clock when discussing women’s fertility, it’s really more of a biological curve. Shortly after puberty, a woman’s fertility gradually begins to increase to a peak in the early…

Egg Freezing 101: What You Need to Know

Egg freezing is an ideal option for women who are not ready to start a family but would like to preserve their fertility for the future. Below is some information to help you understand and/or prepare for this procedure. What is Egg Freezing? Egg freezing is a fertility preservation procedure that involves freezing mature eggs until the woman is ready to begin her family. Once she is ready to have a baby, the eggs will be fertilized and transferred to the woman’s uterus through IVF. Who is a Good Candidate for Egg Freezing? A woman may choose to have her eggs frozen for a number of reasons, including: Upcoming radiation…

All About Egg Freezing

Women are increasingly being told “You can have it all,” meaning a career, marriage and children – something their great-grandmothers might not have enjoyed. In reality, though, it can be tough to have all those things at the same time, particularly since the career-building years overlap with child-bearing years. Some women choose to manage that calendar complication with the practice of egg freezing at one of the fertility clinics in New York City. Of course, we hope you’ll choose New York Reproductive Wellness! Why Egg Freezing? The practice of egg freezing is one of a number of techniques developed to help promote fertility. It can be used by women who…

Egg Freezing: Should I Freeze My Eggs?

The right time to have a baby is an especially personal decision that is unique to every woman or couple. For many, it takes significant thought and attention. Various factors may play a role in the decision to have a baby now or postpone having a child. Factors like careers or a medical condition certainly weigh in the decision. With today’s modern technology though, many women and couples find that the opportunity to freeze their eggs help to make the decision making process easier. Reasons to Freeze Eggs As a woman or couple still deciding on the best time to have a baby, you may choose to freeze your eggs…