4 Things To Know About Egg Freezing
Want to preserve your fertility for when the timing is right? Advances in technology and research now make egg freezing a viable option to delay starting a family!
Recently, Time researched egg freezing and uncovered the following:
- In 2009, 500 women elected to freeze their eggs. In 2013, this number increased to almost 5,000. It’s also been predicted that by 2018, the number of women freezing their eggs will reach 76,000.
- A “quick-freeze vitrification” egg freezing process improved the success rates among live births from frozen eggs.
- There has been an increase in egg freezing information and gatherings that allows women to learn more about the process.
- It is becoming increasingly popular for businesswomen to freeze their eggs. This could be due to the fact that professionals likely have other priorities and wish to start a family later in life.
The infertility doctors at CRM have made the fertility preservation process easier than ever. If you’d like to learn more about freezing your eggs, contact the Center for Reproductive Medicine in Central Florida today!