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Thread: Freezing eggs and ovarian tissue

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    Default Freezing eggs and ovarian tissue

    Hi there,
    I just wanted ask those of you who would consider this what the most important questions would be that you would want answered? Also, those who have had it done, what questions did you ask and what concerned you most? Thanks in advance for your help x nik


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    My big question would be what is the success rate in thawing out the eggs - do they often survive the process? (as some embryo's dont so would be interesting to know if its similar with eggs)

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    I would ask the percent of eggs that would survive the thaw and the fertilisation rate. I haven't had it done, but I've heard from my acupuncturist and naturopath that the thaw and fertilisation rates aren't the best. Embryos survive much better. I'm sure these things improve over the years so it would be worth getting this type of information from your FS

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    I have 18 eggs frozen (due to a cancelled cycle) and my clinic have told me that 90% of eggs usually thaw well and most will fertilise.

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