As women get older the quantity and quality of their eggs will deteriorate and make it harder to conceive.
By freezing your eggs, you are essentially preserving the age of your eggs and improving your chances of having a baby later in life.
Egg freezing is a method of fertility preservation, which allows women to freeze eggs for later use.
Women undergoing egg freezing generally take medication for a number of days to increase the growth of the eggs before they are collected in a short theatre procedure.
Much like egg freezing, sperm freezing allows men to use their sperm if they need to delay conception or if they are undergoing medical procedures that are likely to affect fertility. Unlike eggs, sperm can be frozen and stored indefinitely – there are no limits placed on how long sperm can remain frozen before use.