Cryopreservation Resources

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Can I Freeze My Eggs to Use Later If I'm Not Sick?

As women get older, they may encounter difficulty getting pregnant (conceiving) with a healthy baby. Women are born with about 1-2 million eggs. Most of the eggs die off naturally (just like the way we lose skin and hair cells every day).
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Cancer and its impact on sperm, cryopreservation, and fertility

This can be confusing since the terms are often used interchangeably in the media and casual conversation.
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SART Fertility Experts - Elective Fertility Preservation

Listen to Ellen's story as she shares her journey to parenthood with the help of egg and embryo freezing with Dr. Kelly Lynch, a reproductive endocrinologist. 
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Donor Eggs Fresh Or Frozen?

This SART micro-video will briefly review the options of using fresh and frozen donor eggs.
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Female Cancers, Cryopreservation, and Fertility

Yes! New technology lets your doctor remove and freeze eggs, fertilized eggs (embryos), or ovarian tissue before treating your cancer. This way, you may be able to have children after your treatment.
Can I freeze my eggs if I'm healthy

Cryopreservation Infographics

ASRM has prepared infographics to illustrate the subject of Cryopreservation and Fertility better.

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