Egg Freezing

Most women do 2+ cycles

Few clinics are experienced, success rates vary dramatically, and thoughtful preparation makes a difference

In 7 lessons we tackle every issue

How many eggs are needed to succeed, how to avoid unproven clinics, the real-world costs, how to save money, the medical risks, avoiding OHSS, and more

Egg Freezing
Not necessarily a “one and done” process

One Hub For Knowledge

Boiling down the latest data on egg freezing from the US, Europe & Asia

Pro Tips & Checklists

Concrete action plans and frameworks to plan every major decision along the way, training you to ask the right questions

Video Tutorials

Easy-to-follow summaries and analysis to help you learn at your own pace

Lesson Plan

While egg freezing is an elective procedure for most patients, it requires tremendous preparation. In this course we train you to discern whether your clinic is one of the few with a credible track record. In addition, we teach you how to predict the odds your egg freezing cycle will work and whether more may be necessary. We also cover the medical risks and the full financial costs (and benefits) associated with the process. Finally, we address the circumstances in which freezing embryos provides a credible alternative.

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