Egg freezing

¿Quieres preservar tu fertilidad?

Egg freezing

¿Quieres preservar tu fertilidad?


What is egg vitrification?

Egg freezing or vitrification is a Fertility Preservation Technique that allows frozen eggs to be kept indefinitely since the number of eggs contained in the ovaries is limited. Thanks to it, a woman can preserve fertility with the advantages and the fewest risks that she may have with her current age, regardless of how old she may be in the future. At Amnios in Vitro Project, we are able to offer our patients the latest medical technology, which allows us to achieve the highest success rates, always with a humane and 100% personalized treatment where your well-being and the success of your treatment are the only important thing.
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Do you want to preserve your fertility?

At Amnios we offer you an Egg Vitrification service with one year interest free financing.
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In which cases is egg freezing recommended?

Any woman can recourse to this fertility preservation technique and request that her eggs be frozen. However, egg vitrification can be especially valid for:

  • Women who over 35 and have no plans to become pregnant in the next 3 or 4 years. As time goes by, the probability of fertilization of the ovules decreases and, on the other hand, the probability that genetic abnormalities appear when fertilized, that the pregnancy ends in an abortion or that the baby has Down’s syndrome increases. Through vitrification of ovules, these probabilities are minimized. By freezing the eggs in their current state, when they are used again in the future, they will have the risks and benefits of a woman of the current age and not the age at which it is decided to use.
  • Women at risk of loss of ovarian function. For example, women with endymetriosis or women diagnosed with autoimmune diseases or cancer who are going to receive treatment, either with chemotherapy or with radiotherapy.

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Shall we solve your doubts about egg vitrification?

Egg freezing consists of obtaining the eggs of a woman of childbearing age through the ovulation induction process and keeping them frozen until she decides to use them. The process by which the eggs are frozen is called egg vitrification.
What is the ovarian reserve?

It is estimated that when a girl is born, her ovaries contain between 400,000 and one million eggs. From that moment, the number of ovules begins to decrease. The eggs contained in the ovaries form what we doctors call the ‘Ovarian Reserve’. This ovarian reserve decreases over time. In general, a woman’s fertility is closely linked to the ovarian reserve, such that the greater the ovarian reserve, the better the fertility. From the age of 35, the decrease in the ovarian reserve is more abrupt. It is estimated that at age 40 only 20% of women have a normal ovarian reserve. These are the women who potentially have normal fertility. In contrast, 10% of women at age 40 will have already gone through menopause (an early menopause). With menopause, the ovarian reserve is totally depleted. So the ovary does not produce more eggs than it already contains when the girl is born. So far, no way has been found to prevent the ovarian reserve from depleting over time. Therefore, a woman’s fertility is directly related to her age, and decreases significantly after the age of 35. We can’t predict when the ovarian reserve of a specific woman will be depleted (in other words, we cannot know how long a woman will maintain her fertility).

What is the necessary process for egg freezing?

In order to be able to freeze the eggs, you must first get the ovaries to produce a sufficient number of eggs. For this reason, an ovulation induction treatment similar to that done in IVF is performed. It consists of administering a hormone (FSH) after the period, for a period of about 9 or 10 days. This hormone causes the ovaries to have multiple ovulation. The eggs are then retrieved through a egg retrieval (performed under sedation). Once extracted, the vitrification process begins. Once frozen, the eggs can be kept vitrified for many years.

What are the chances of success for egg vitrification?

Unfortunately, it is not possible to guarantee that a pregnancy will be achieved after freezing the ovules since the success of the future treatment depends on many factors: the quality of the eggs, the quality of the spermatozoa and the existence of other factors, problems (endometrial receptivity, etc). Currently, the pregnancy rates with in vitro fertilization using previously vitrified ovules are around 40-45% per attempt.

At AMNIOS we offer you a deferred payment system

At Amnios In Vitro Project we offer a deferred payment system for one year without interest. In addition, we have agreements with different banking entities to offer other advantageous forms of financing to our patients. Come to a free consultation at Amnios, where we will inform you of the details of this technique and the different payment and financing methods that we make available to you.

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