Freeze Your Eggs at our Premier Egg Freezing Clinic
The ability for cryo-vitrification of eggs has been one of the most outstanding advancements in reproductive technology. With this process, we are able to “flash-freeze” a patient’s eggs, quickly enough to minimize damage.
This advancement allows specialists to freeze eggs, which can later be thawed for use in IVF procedures and fertilized on the female’s desire to use her eggs. This revolutionary process gives women more options in fertility preservation.
Why Freeze Your Eggs?
There are various reasons why women may delay pregnancy until their late thirties or early forties. However, many times at that point, there may no longer be eggs capable of producing a pregnancy, leading to distress and disappointment. Cryo-vitrification allows women to freeze eggs while their bodies are producing viable eggs, preserve their fertility, and lessen the likelihood of miscarriage or birth defects that can result from “egg age”.
Radiation, chemotherapy, and surgeries can damage a woman’s eggs, causing infertility. Egg freezing may be possible, depending on the type of cancer being treated. This can give women facing cancer the option of preserving her fertility before undergoing treatment.
All of Dr. Ghadir’s patients can feel confident in knowing they are under the care of professionals with extensive experience and knowledge. Any and all necessary procedures and services are offered in-house while our satellite offices offer monitoring and some additional IVF laboratory services. Our ART Reproductive Center, located within our offices, offers frozen egg storage for a nominal annual fee.
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If you have been wondering if IVF could be the right option for you, our fertility specialists would love to set up a consultation with you! IVF is a big decision, so trust the experts who truly care!
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