Whether you want to have a baby or you are not sure, freezing your eggs can be a great option for you. Building a family can be a difficult decision to make that you may not be ready for at the moment since you might want to have an established career and finances. Additionally, some women might get diagnosed with an illness that can lead to a change of plans. Freezing your eggs is a great option because you can choose to have a baby whenever life gets a little easier.
Age & Fertility
As the biological ticks, a woman is less likely to be fertile. As scary as it may sound, 40 percent of women are infertile by the age of 35. However, thanks to the advancements in medicine, freezing your eggs is not a difficult process that allows you to keep your eggs at the age you currently are. This is especially good if you choose to freeze your eggs between your late 20s and early 30s. It is important to remember that women can feel very healthy and even be in tip-top shape, but you are still born with a limited number of eggs, which will decline with age.
Why Should You Freeze Your Eggs?
While some women may choose to freeze their eggs due to age, there are other reasons behind it, such as:
- Gender diversity treatments
- Sickle cell leukemia
- Autoimmune disorders, such as lupus
- Chemotherapy or radiation treatment for cancer
Best Time to Freeze Your Eggs
As mentioned before, you should freeze your eggs between your late 20s and early 30s. However, if you are diagnosed with an illness that may decrease the quality and quantity of your eggs, you might want to consider freezing eggs sooner. If you choose to freeze your eggs, a thorough consultation with get done, and you will get a better understanding of your fertility health.
The process of freezing your eggs is very similar to the process of getting IVF. With Blooming Eve, for instance, you will get a free consultation with one of our advisors. After that, we will check your current egg situation and review a plant that best fits you. Then, the egg-freezing journey begins. It is important to understand that process can be uncomfortable because you will get your egg follicles hyper-stimulated, which can result in an effect similar to those of PMS. However, these symptoms will go away as soon as you stop taking the meds for egg retrieval.
With Blooming Eve, you can freeze your eggs with a team of professionals who will guide you through the entire process. Additionally, the cost for freezing your eggs can be a lot. Blooming Eve offers affordable egg freezing. Egg freezing can be around $15,000 to $20,000. At Blooming Eve, it is only $12,000, and we offer one to two years financing options. Contact us for a free consultation to learn more about us and our egg-freezing options.
Originally posted 2022-10-18 09:57:00.