Frozen Donor Eggs Do Not Impact Pregnancy Results

Being that today is Easter, let's discuss eggs. Donor eggs that is. According to a Most women undergoing fertility treatment...
Being that today is Easter, let's discuss eggs. Donor eggs that is. According to a Most women undergoing fertility treatment receive fresh, not frozen donor eggs. However, according to new research, frozen donor eggs may work just as as well as fresh ones. Researchers recently found that women have about the same odds of getting pregnant and having a baby no matter if they get a fresh or frozen donor egg. Respectfully those odds were 47% vs. 41% - just a slight difference that was likely due to chance. This is great news for women who might want to freeze eggs for use at another time. Egg freezing has only recently been fine tuned, as freezing eggs is a little bit tricky due to ice crystals that can form on the egg. According to a piece at MSN:
"A woman might want to [freeze eggs] ahead of a cancer treatment that could harm her fertility. In other cases, a woman in her 30s who cannot have a baby right now -- because of her career or because she doesn't have a partner -- may want to freeze eggs to use in the future."
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