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Egg Freezing Support Group & Information Meeting Monday, August 6th

SUPPORT GROUP FOR SINGLE WOMEN WHO ARE EGG FREEZING… or thinking about it A support group has formed for single women who are considering, are involved in, or have completed the process of egg freezing. We welcome women who would like to learn more about this option to potentially help preserve their fertility. Information is…

Diem Brown: I Want to Have a Baby Despite Ovarian Cancer

Congrats to Diem Brown, who is currently going through the process to freeze her eggs after learning that she has ovarian cancer.  She is sharing her journey on  Click here to read her story

Do You Need To Freeze Your Eggs?

This is a very funny short but sweet blog on egg freezing.  My favorite line is how she concludes her post….”So what about you, do you need to freeze YOUR eggs?  It depends on how much peace of mind a 50% chance would give you….basically it comes down to whether you’re a ‘petri dish half…

“Investing In Peace Of Mind – My Choice To Freeze My Eggs!”

Here is a post by a woman named Christine Hassler on her blog “The Daily Love” describing her fluctuations in deciding to freeze her eggs.  Although the description of her experience sounds a little scary to me (“I experienced extreme fatigue, headaches, bloating and a roller coaster of emotions…imagine PMS times 100!”) and this was…

Woman freezes her eggs at 37 and uses them successfully at age 42!

People always ask me when I plan to use my frozen eggs.  I think it’s such a funny questions because I think the  point of freezing my eggs is based on the fact that I have no idea when I might need them.   Once I am in the position to try to get pregnant, I…

Egg Freezing Support Group

If you are in the New York area here is the information for the next support group meeting!

Fertility Preservation By Egg Freezing Does Well Over Age 38

Here is an encouraging new study showing success with frozen eggs from women over the age of 38!  Click here to read more!

As of a report done in 2009, more children are now born to women over age 35 than to women under age 20.

This is a fascinating article chock full of interesting facts and statistics!  Here’s just one snippet, “Preliminary indications are that rate of birth defects among such children is comparable to that of children born by means of conventional IVF techniques. For example, a 2009 study looked at 936 live births from frozen eggs and reported,…

It’s not about pushy future grandparents

I have to vent for just one moment.  As I have mentioned before, I was a little disappointed in the NY Times choice of headline and picture for this past Monday’s article.  They gave the article a tone that wasn’t necessary.  The number of things that I have read online since that article printed referencing…

First Baby in Kansas Born From a Frozen Egg!

Congrats to the Dickson Family who’s newborn baby came from a frozen egg!  Click here to see the article and brief video!