In today’s lifestyle, everyone is in a long run to achieve life goals at a much faster rate. Generally nowadays, people are getting married late and are planning for a baby at a later age. It becomes difficult for people who are above 35 years of age to conceive naturally or produce good quality eggs fit for pregnancy. For such people, egg freezing which is also scientifically termed as “oocyte cryopreservation” is the way to preserve their fertility for later use.
What is Oocyte cryopreservation or egg freezing?
Best fertility age of a woman is between 20-25 years of age. But nowadays, as woman are becoming more career-oriented and want to achieve lot before settling and having a baby, it is very important to preserve their eggs as their fertility decreases as the age advances.
Oocyte cryopreservation or egg freezing is a process of stimulating, extracting an egg of a woman and then freezing it to store the oocytes for fertilization and embryo formation whenever required in the future. Women who want to get pregnant at an older age usually prefer to preserve or freeze their eggs and can use these eggs whenever they are ready to have a family or get pregnant.
Oocyte Cryopreservation at Dr. Rita Bakshi’s Clinic
At Dr. Rita Bakshi’s clinic, we offer many infertility treatments such as IVF, IUI, ICSI, Surrogacy, etc., and oocyte cryopreservation is one of them. Cryopreservation has helped many young women to fulfill their ambitious dreams without compromising their desire to experience pregnancy and live their motherhood dream.
Women who are predicted with cancer at a very lower stage also opt for the oocyte cryopreservation and use these eggs whenever they are fully treated and want to get pregnant. This procedure helps the woman to get genetically linked to the baby even if she is unable to produce eggs at older age. Through this process, the quality of the eggs remains same and does not show any harmful results during pregnancy or fertilization.
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