Busy With Your Career? – It May Be Time To Freeze Your Eggs

A woman’s biological clock is real.  There is a natural instinct to start a family while a woman’s eggs are at their healthiest.   This time frame is from a woman’s teenage years until age 35.  For many women, this period of time is also when they are focused on building their career.  It’s important to understand that while the quality of a woman’s eggs decreases, women are fully capable of successfully carrying a pregnancy after this age. Freezing her eggs when they are at their healthiest allows a woman to preserve her fertility.  This way, she can focus on growing her career without worrying that she is sacrificing their ability to start a family.

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If you can answer yes to the following, you may be an ideal candidate for fertility preservation through egg freezing:

  • Do you want a family but wish to focus on your career first?
  • Have you found yourself worrying about your biological clock and your ability to have children in the future?
  • Would you feel more comfortable following your career ambitions if you knew your fertility was preserved?

New Hope Fertility Center is an industry leader in the field of fertility preservation.  Their use of vitrification, a state of the art freezing method, allows for a significantly increased survival rates for stored eggs.  When traditional freezing methods are used, eggs have a 55% chance of surviving the freezing and thawing process.  When vitrification is done, the survival rate is 98%.  This practice alone gives women an additional layer of security that she has extended her fertile years.

During an egg freezing cycle, a woman is given fertility medication to stimulate a woman’s body to produce a multiple eggs.  At New Hope, during the cycle each woman is closely monitored and prescribed only the fertility medication her body needs.  This customized approach allows New Hope to generate the best outcomes while ensuring each patient is treated as an individual.

For additional information on fertility preservation and available options, please contact New Hope Fertility Center today.   Please click the link below to enter your information and New Hope will contact you, or simply call 212-517-7676. Thank You.

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