The world has considerably changed since our parents had us. Nowadays, being in your late 20s and having your first child is not as viable of an option. You might want to get more stability in your career and finances. It is important to remember that having a child is a huge responsibility, and doing it responsibly is important. However, the biological clock for women is not so forgiving. Therefore, freezing your eggs is a great option to consider.
Depends on Age
If you are thinking about freezing your eggs, it is important to remember that the number of eggs you will be able to freeze will depend on your age. This is because egg quality declines the older a woman gets. This is why it can get difficult for women in their late 30s to get pregnant or miscarry more easily. Therefore, when freezing your eggs, the clinic will examine your eggs to see how many are of good quality. Additionally, as you get older, you produce fewer numbers of eggs. For example, younger women will produce a larger number of eggs each cycle. On the other hand, older women may produce fewer eggs. Therefore, when freezing your eggs at an older age, you might have to come back to the clinic multiple times to get the right count.
Your Family Goals
When you are thinking about how many eggs you should freeze, you need to think about how big you want your family to be. For example, if you want just one child, you won’t have to freeze as many eggs as you would if you wanted two or three children. A great way to calculate how many you should freeze is by remembering that a 30-year-old woman with 15 frozen eggs has an 83 percent chance of one birth, 50 percent chance of two, and 22 percent of three. Therefore, you will need more eggs to get a higher percentage of getting more kids.
As mentioned before, you can retrieve eggs through multiple cycles, which is very likely to happen for a woman in her 30s. Therefore, you need to think about whether the decision to freeze a certain amount is viable for your finances. These fertility procedures can be costly, and having to go multiple times to retrieve your eggs can become very costly. The cost of freezing your eggs can become a financial burden, but with Blooming Eve that won’t be a problem. We can help you finance the procedure to pay within one to two years. Not to mention, we offer more affordable services with a total of $8,000 in savings compared to other providers. Contact us for a free consultation to learn more about us and our egg-freezing options.
Originally posted 2022-10-18 12:27:00.