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Egg Freezing – What You Need to Know

Egg Freezing – What You Need to Know
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Most people don’t know what is involved in egg freezing. Before pursuing this path to a delayed pregnancy, consider a discussion with a fertility expert. Egg freezing seems like the hottest fertility topic around right now. It’s hard to miss all the coverage on elective egg freezing events, trendy pop-ups and “should you or shouldn’t […]

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The Hot Topic Of Egg Freezing And What You Should Know

The Hot Topic Of Egg Freezing And What You Should Know
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As more women postpone having children until they’re older due to career or finding the right partner, some are choosing to freeze their eggs to use later, hoping to beat age-related fertility problems. Will the investment payoff? Maybe.

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MedicalDaily Quotes Dr. Adamson on Egg Freezing

Everybody Is Doing It? Adamson suggests egg freezing is a better choice for women with certain health problems that affect their egg quality. For example, women undergoing cancer treatment or those with a family history of premature ovarian failure would benefit. It’s also ideal for women who want to preserve their fertility until a time that’s more […]

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Advanced Reproductive Care: Let’s Get Real About Egg Freezing

Popular Fertility Procedure Not A Guarantee For Pregnancy Saratoga, CA – Egg Freezing is becoming an increasingly popular way for women to try to delay childbearing, but Advanced Reproductive Care Inc. (ARC) [www.arcfertility.com], the largest network of fertility specialists in the United States, is advising women to look at all of the medical evidence and […]

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Chill Out! Egg Freezing Party, March 26 – Atlanta

Chill Out!  Egg Freezing Party March 26, 2015 6:00 p.m. Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta For many women, the question is not whether they would like to have children, but when. We understand that egg freezing is a very personal decision for a woman and the first step towards making this…

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Egg freezing is no longer deemed “experimental”

From OBG Management Update on fertility Egg freezing is no longer deemed “experimental.” Here are current protocols, fertility expectations, and safety outcomes as well as ethical considerations for oocyte cryopreservation. Read more here…. OBG Manag. 2015;27(2):32-34,36-39 Mary E. Abusief, MD  and G. David Adamson, MD

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Egg Freezing

Egg freezing is similar to embryo freezing except that after the eggs are retrieved following ovarian stimulation, they are frozen without being fertilized by sperm. Egg freezing is usually done either to preserve eggs when a woman is going to undergo cancer or other treatment that could permanently damage or…

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Embryo Freezing, Egg Freezing

Active treatment of a “fresh” IVF cycle ends when an embryo that has just been created by fertilization of an egg 3 to 5 days earlier is transferred back into the uterus. In many cases, additional embryos of good quality are available and can be frozen (embryo freezing) so that…

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ARC® Egg Freezing Package

Egg Freezing As a woman ages the number and quality of her eggs declines, making it challenging to become pregnant and/or have a successful pregnancy. Therefore, more and more women are choosing to do egg freezing as a way to preserve their fertility until they find the right partner or…

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How Freezing Eggs Can Affect Your Estate Plan

When Apple and Facebook made news recently for paying the expenses of their female employees to freeze their eggs, chances are you didn’t think it would have any effect on your estate plan. But if you have a daughter or a granddaughter, you may be mistaken. If either decides to use assisted reproductive technology and […]

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We Help Everyone Pursue Their Dream to Be a Parent

Parents and families come in all shapes and sizes as do those who would like to become parents. At ARC Fertility, we’re committed to helping everyone who wants to build a family – no matter who they love – make their dreams a reality. We embrace diversity because we know…

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Lucky Sekhon, MD

Dr. Lucky Sekhon is a reproductive endocrinologist and infertility specialist and board certified obstetrician and gynecologist who cares for patients at RMA of New York’s Manhattan and Downtown (SoHo) Offices. She specializes in diagnosing and treating reproductive issues and has particular expertise in fertility preservation (egg freezing), LGBTQ family building,…

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Susan L. Treiser MD, PHD, FACOG

Dr. Treiser is a board certified Reproductive Endocrinologist, Obstetrician and Gynecologist who served as co-founder and Laboratory Director of IVF New Jersey for the past 25 years, before joining Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey’s (RMANJ) team of accomplished physicians. Dr. Treiser learned from her parents early on the importance…

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Jonathan D. Kort MD, FACOG

Dr. Jonathan Kort is an established specialist in reproductive endocrinology, and the author of many medical publications and textbook chapters in the field of infertility science. His clinical focus areas include diminished ovarian reserve, hypothalamic amenorrhea, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), reproductive surgery, and gamete/embryo selection. He has a particular interest…

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RMA of Northern California

Why Choose RMA You’re in the right place, San Francisco. No matter if you’re married, single, gay, straight or trans, new to infertility care or looking at IUI or IVF, egg donation or egg freezing, we can help. We use the latest science and technology because we helped create it.…

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Infertility Coverage is Becoming an Important Employee Benefit

Infertility Coverage is Becoming an Important Employee Benefit
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Infertility Coverage is Becoming an Important Employee Benefit A number of employers have discovered that including robust infertility coverage in their health benefits package can help attract and retain employees. Fertility Uncovered is this year’s theme for National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW, April 21-28). One of the primary goals for the week is to inform […]

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Anne Steiner, MD, MPH

Dr. Anne Steiner, Medical Director at the Duke Fertility Center, believes that individualized care rooted in a compassionate, doctor-patient relationship is the best and most successful approach to caring for the infertile couple. She is dedicated to applying the latest scientific knowledge and using advanced technologies, when appropriate, to provide…

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