I’m from the east valley region and currently looking into fertility preservation options. I Should mention that I’m 31 years old. So I wonder if it would still be possible? I was looking at the profile from Arizona reproductive medicine specialists and I love the discount options they offer. Anyone experience with egg freezing here? What would it cost me? I’m currently without medical insurance and would have to pay out-of-pocket or by means of financing.03/07/2020 at 10:24 am
fertility preservation is used for delaying motherhood in women due to career, personal circumstances, or lifestyle choice. As age increases, the number and quality of the oocyte decrease.
Therefore, this method works best for women under 35. This means you’re still able to freeze your eggs for future IVF cycles. For more information on this topic, I recommend you read the following post: How do I preserve my fertility?
Hope this helps,
all the best03/30/2020 at 10:31 am
Thank you for your answer. What happens if a natural pregnancy ocurred and I don’t need my frozen eggs anymore?04/07/2020 at 10:33 am
you either may continue to keep them frozen (keep in mind the on-going storage fees), may donate your unused embryos to another couple, provide them for scientific research or simply have them disposed of.05/07/2020 at 10:38 am
Preserving fertility at arizona reproductive medicine specialists
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