Success Rates And Risks

What Are The Risks While Going for Egg Freezing :

It is important to discuss the potential risks and benefits of egg freezing with a healthcare provider before deciding to undergo the procedure. However, it is worth noting that the risks associated with egg freezing are generally low.

Common complications may include pain, bloating, discomfort, infection, bleeding, or damage to internal organs during the egg retrieval process. Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS) is also a possible complication, which occurs when the ovaries become swollen and painful due to hormonal stimulation. However, this is a rare complication and can often be managed with medication and close monitoring.

It is also important to note that there is a small chance that the eggs may not survive the freezing and thawing process, or may not fertilize and develop into embryos once they are used in a future IVF cycle.

Overall, the risks associated with egg freezing are generally low, and the benefits of preserving fertility can be significant for women who wish to delay childbearing for personal or medical reasons.

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Success Rate of Freezing Eggs:

Our comprehensive egg freezing service allows you to store your eggs for many years before they are thawed and fertilized. Success rates vary based on individual factors, such as age and egg quantity

At your initial appointment, Dr Daniel Lantsberg will assess your current fertility health and develop a personalised treatment plan that meets your unique needs, giving you the best possible chance of success.

Dr Daniel Lantsberg will discuss with you the likelihood of achieving pregnancy using frozen eggs, taking into account your specific circumstances.

It is important to note that success rates are influenced by the age of the female at the time of freezing and the number of eggs retrieved. These can be predicted and discussed at your appointment with Dr Daniel Lantsberg.

It is important to note that egg freezing doesn’t guarantee a successful live birth as the results can vary, depending on the age when you froze your eggs and the number of eggs frozen.

Understanding your current fertility health is crucial when it comes to making decisions about your future family planning. Unfortunately, many women are not aware of their fertility status.

At our clinic, we encourage you to take the first step towards safeguarding your reproductive future by scheduling an initial consultation with Dr Daniel Lantsberg. During this consultation, He will assess your current fertility health and discuss any factors that may affect your ability to conceive.

By taking the time to understand your fertility health, you can make informed decisions about your future family planning. Don’t wait until it’s too late – contact our team today to schedule your initial consultation.

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Success Rates Calculators:

On average, approximately 60-70% of eggs would fertilise

30-40% develop onto day five (blastocyst embryos)

A single embryo would have a 45% chance of developing into a pregnancy for women who froze their eggs at 35 years or below:

The following graph, published in the journal Human Reproduction in 2017, estimates the probability of a live birth according to how many mature eggs a woman freezes at various ages. The graph shows:

A woman who freezes 20 eggs under the age of 35 has about a 90 per cent chance of having a baby.

A woman who freezes 20 eggs at the age of 44 has less than 15 per cent chance of having a baby

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