Preserving fertility can come in many different forms. Couples can preserve their fertility through embryo freezing and conceive in a later FET (Frozen Embryo Transfer) cycle. Women who wish to postpone pregnancy can freeze their eggs for future use, while men can freeze and store their sperm.
Egg freezing is a way to preserve your eggs at their most optimal state for future use. Utilizing IVF (In Vitro Fertilization), multiple eggs can be retrieved and safely stored for years to come. Eggs can be thawed and fertilized until the woman is prepared to start her family.Learn More
Embryos can be frozen using the same technology as eggs (oocytes) however, embryos that are thawed have a higher rate of successful pregnancy in the future. The woman’s eggs are retrieved through an IVF cycle and fertilized with her partner’s sperm in an embryology lab before being cryopreserved. Couples can conceive a pregnancy in the future through a FET (Frozen Embryo Transfer) cycle.Learn More
Semen freezing is a reliable, safe option for men who may be undergoing potentially sterilizing treatments and wish to bank their sperm for later use. Men who are looking to freeze their sperm are typically those who are dealing with male factor infertility, are preparing to undergo potentially sterilizing procedures, or who are unavailable to provide a specimen the day their female partner’s fertility procedure such as IVF or IUI. If medically indicated, sperm may also be obtained via surgical aspiration if ejaculation is not possible.Contact Us