Is everything “baby, baby, baby” freaking you out? You can insure a bright future and gift yourself breathing room by considering Egg Freezing.
Located in the East Wing of Saint Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, New Jersey, IRMS, one of the nation’s leading and most successful fertility practices offers state-of-the-art fertility preservation, specializing in Elective Egg Freezing. Our dedicated team of female physicians understands that although starting a family may be part of your desired life-plan, it may not be a priority during your most fertile years.
With Natalie A. Cekleniak, MD, Serena H. Chen, MD and Margaret Graf Garrisi, MD, all board certified Reproductive Endocrinologists, seeing patients in Livingston, NJ, we offer the full array of fertility treatment options to our patients.
The Livingston office is open Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Morning monitoring is Monday to Sunday from 6:30 am to 7:30 am (doors open at 6:00 am). Our fabulous female team of specialist will help you navigate your journey, answering all your questions:
- How much does Egg Freezing cost?
The cost of egg freezing has dropped considerably since the science was first introduced. IRMS has also created significant discount packages depending on whether you’re doing one or multiple egg freezing cycles. In addition, some insurance carriers have started to cover all or part of elective egg freezing cycles. So, if egg freezing is something you’re considering doing you owe it to yourself to find out all of the financial options available.
- What are its success rates?
Because freezing techniques have advanced significantly , pregnancy rates from frozen eggs are equal to pregnancy rates from frozen embryos. It really doesn’t get much better than that!
- When should I begin the oocyte cryopreservation (egg freezing) process?
If you are interested in having a family but are not ready to conceive and are age 30 or beyond, it’s reasonable to schedule an initial consult for an Egg Freezing cycle now . The success of egg freezing is directly related to the age at which you freeze your eggs, so the older you are the faster you should consider initiating a cycle. Even if the egg freezing process itself is not covered by your insurance plan there is very high likelihood that at least your initial consult will be covered.
- How long will my eggs stay frozen?
Your eggs are frozen through a process called vitrification (the state-of-the-art in egg freezing). Consider it an instantaneous freezing process. Because your eggs are frozen at such a low temperature all cellular activity has halted. So, there is no deterioration of your eggs. In short, they can be frozen indefinitely.
As soon as we receive your form, we’ll get in touch with you to book your initial consult with Dr. Cekleniak, Dr. Chen or Dr. Garrisi.