Technological advances now allow women to preserve their fertility potential by freezing and storing their eggs. There are two distinct reasons for women to choose to freeze their eggs.
These are the steps involved in egg freezing:
Here are some questions you may wish to ask your doctor:
 Cobo, A., & Diaz, C. (2011). Clinical application of oocyte vitrification: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. Fertility and Sterility, 96(2), 277-285.
 Cobo, A., Kuwayama, M., Perez, S., Ruiz, A., Pellicer, A., & Remohi, J. (2008). Comparison of concomitant outcome achieved with fresh and cryopreserved donor oocytes vitrified by the Cryotop method. Fertility and Sterility, 89, 1657-1664.
 Pelin, A., H. Bang, et al. (2013). "Age-specific probability of live birth with oocyte cryopreservation: an individual patient data meta-analysis." Fertility and Sterility 100(2): 492-499.
 Chian, R.-C., Huang, J. Y. J., Tan, S. L., Lucena, E., Saa, A., Rojas, et al. (2008). Obstetric and perinatal outcome in 200 infants conceived from vitrified oocytes. Reproductive Biomedicine Online, 16(5), 608-610.
 Avraham, S., Machtinger, R., Cahan, T., Sokolov, A., Racowsky, C., & Seidman, D. S. (2014). What is the quality of information on social oocyte cryopreservation provided by websites of Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology member fertility clinics? Fertility and Sterility, 101, 222-226
© All Copyrights 2023 by Multitalentit.com