Egg freezing makes in vitro fertilization more accessible. By freezing your eggs, you can have more time to find the right partner and have children later in life.

Egg Freezing Makes In Vitro Fertilization More Accessible

In recent years, egg freezing has become increasingly popular, especially among young women who want to delay childbearing. freezing their eggs gives them the option to have children later in life, when they may be more ready, both emotionally and financially.

While egg freezing used to be a costly and complicated procedure, it is now more accessible than ever before. Thanks to advances in medical technology, egg freezing is now a safe and effective way to preserve fertility.

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is another option that is becoming more popular and accessible. IVF is a process in which eggs are fertilized outside of the body, and the resulting embryos are then implanted into the uterus.

IVF can be used to treat a variety of fertility problems, and it can also be used in combination with egg freezing. This allows women to have their eggs fertilized and frozen, and then thawed and implanted at a later date.

Egg freezing and IVF are both excellent options for women who want to delay childbearing. They are both safe and effective, and they are becoming more and more accessible.

Dr Drew Moffitt of Arizona Reprodcutive Medicine Specialists (ARMS) explains the major advancement in egg freezing technology and our partnership with Donor Egg Bank USA (DEB USA) to provide women with egg donor options