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Why Your New Year’s Resolution Should Be to Freeze Your Eggs

Making New Year’s resolutions is a pretty common thing to do. The tradition has been around for a long time, and resolutions range from serious and important changes in life to simple or even silly things that people enjoy. No matter what else you might be resolving to do in the new year, though, one of your biggest and most important resolutions should be to freeze your eggs. Here’s why: 

Match Motherhood to Your Timeline

Women are waiting longer to have children than they did in the past, and you don’t want to feel rushed or pressured into having children before you’re ready. By freezing your eggs you can start your family at a time that works for you.

Reduce Anxiety About Fertility

Knowing you have eggs frozen and ready for your journey into motherhood helps reduce fears about your ability to conceive in the future. If you’re worried that your eggs might not be as viable at a later date, freezing them now can protect against that.

Take Time to Find Your Partner

You might not have found the right partner just yet, and having children with someone just to start a family rarely ends well. You don’t have to rush to find someone to settle down with when you know your eggs are frozen and will be waiting for you.

Preserve Eggs in Case of Sickness

Sometimes, a medical diagnosis or the treatment needed to correct a health problem can be very damaging to fertility. If you’ve frozen your eggs before that occurs, you won’t have to worry about the damage that might be done to your fertility at that time.

Freezing your eggs should be on your New Year’s resolution list, so you can have more peace of mind and feel prepared for the future. Not only will that preparation add to your feeling of security, but it will give you future options you might not otherwise have, and that’s a great way to start the new year.

If you are considering egg freezing, we ask that you contact us to set up an appointment, as your success rates will depend on several factors. The most important factors that come into play will be your age and your ovarian reserve testing. The younger you are and the more eggs that you have, the greater the likelihood for success. Contact us today to schedule your complimentary virtual consultation! 


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