There are a lot of myths about egg freezing. In this post, we will debunk 5 of the most common myths about human egg freezing.
Egg freezing is a method used when you want to delay childbearing for a personal or medical need.
The eggs harvested from your ovaries are then frozen and stored for later use.
Myth 1: Egg freezing is unaffordable
Medical egg freezing is covered by Medicare while social egg freezing costs a few thousand dollars
Myth 2: Egg freezing will deplete my eggs and lead to early menopause
Egg freezing does not deplete egg/ovarian reserve
Myth 3: Egg freezing requires at least 20 eggs to be worthwhile
The Number of eggs recommended depends on your individual needs. No number is too insignificant
Myth 4: Egg Freezing is experimental
Egg freezing pregnancy rate is fast approaching comparable IVF success rate for age
Myth 5: Egg freezing is a risky procedure
Eggs harvest is a safe minor day procedure with appropriate anaesthesia administered. Aquick return to normal activities and work is expected
Human egg freezing is a safe and effective way to preserve your fertility. It is also a great option for women who want to delay childbearing. At the Melbourne Fertility Clinic, we are committed to affordable fertility preservation, control and choices.
Initial egg freezing consultations are free
To book an appointment either face to face or Telehealth with Dr Abe please call us on 03 5221 4000
Se also: https://melbournefertilityclinic.com.au/egg-freezing/