Egg Freezing

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May 09, 2018

Shape online interviewed PFC’s Dr. Carolyn Givens about egg freezing and fertility as you age.

When asked if she thought egg freezing was the future of family planning, Dr. Givens said, “I would say yes. Either way, women should consider their fertility a critical part of their health and educate themselves on their options—whether that's freezing their eggs or something else.”

You can read the full question and answer with Dr. Givens on Shape online here.

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January 19, 2018

Dr. Isabelle Ryan was interviewed by Self Magazine about egg freezing and the feelings some women have when making their decision to freeze their eggs.

"Everything is a risk-benefit analysis, and cost-benefit analysis," Isabelle Ryan, M.D., a fertility specialist with Pacific Fertility Center of the Prelude Network, tells SELF. "I can only say that many patients who freeze their eggs feel an incredible sense of relief once they have frozen eggs."

You can read the full article here.

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January 10, 2018

As more companies are offering egg freezing benefits, egg freezing is becoming more accessible. So why not do egg freezing?  Perhaps you’ve heard some concerns surrounding egg freezing. A lot of which is wrong.

To sort out fact and fiction, Dr. Carolyn Givens, a Reproductive Endocrinologist at Pacific Fertility Center®, offers these facts to set the record straight.

Myth: Egg freezing is still experimental.
Truth: Sperm and embryo freezing and thawing have been successfully performed for decades. In 2013, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine declared that egg freezing should no longer be considered experimental. At PFC, we have proof that egg freezing works. We’ve had over 100 babies born from frozen eggs, including those from patient’s own eggs and donor eggs.

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December 20, 2017

Cara Jones froze her eggs, got married, and never thought she would need her frozen eggs. 

Read her heartwarming story here.

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December 05, 2017

Facebook employee does 3 rounds of egg freezing – all covered by the company.

Read the full article here.

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