Egg freezing is finally a reality for women which enables women to reliably preserve their fertility. While it isn’t a guarantee, it can provide women with future options should they face fertility challenges.
In a recently published study, scientists analyzed data from 2,265 egg freezing cycles in 1,805 women in the U.S. and Europe, and generated norms which can be used to determine egg freezing success rates based on a woman’s age, the number of eggs frozen, and the method of egg freezing.
The study showed that egg freezing success rates decline with age, with a sharp drop after age 36. The success rates for pregnancy were less promising after age 42 although pregnancies have been documented from frozen eggs until age 44.
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Check out Table 1.
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