Egg / Sperm / Embryo Freezing

Women who do not have a long-term partner, or are not yet ready to have a baby, may want to freeze their eggs, which is known as fertility preservation or cryopreservation. 

This can also apply to women who have to undergo cancer therapy, which could potentially decrease their reproductive chances. The survival of frozen eggs has improved dramatically in recent years, thanks to better freezing techniques.

You will receive a controlled ovarian hyperstimulation (exactly as if you were undergoing IVF) add link to IVF tab) , to produce eggs retrieved for freezing. They are frozen immediately, and can be used years later when you are ready to try for a baby. The eggs are then thawed, injected with a single sperm to achieve fertilisation, and then transferred into the uterus.

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