What about the drugs, what are they?
Are you planning to start the process of Egg Freezing? As you most probably know (by now), you will need to use injectable medication throughout the treatment. Do not be surprised if your physician prescribes you different types of medication. Some of them are needed to stimulate your ovaries, others to help with ovulation and maturation of the eggs, to mimic exactly your natural cycle.Continue reading
When you decide to embark on the egg freezing process, the nurses will most likely become your main point of contact, your guide and your support. Today, I want to tell you more about the nurse’s role when you visit the fertility clinic and perform the treatment. As I have mentioned above, nurses can be your main point of contact.Continue reading
During a conference in Edinburgh, many experts in Fertility came to the conclusion that women aren’t knowledgeable enough about their fertility decline, hence why the new infertility numbers and the consequent delaying in procreating.Continue reading
Recent European and American data demonstrate the increase of mother’s age when at the arrival of the first baby. It is already known that the career, the financial situation or the relationship status could well be the cause of this trend. It is important to reinforce the risks associated with late motherhood...Continue reading
Women should read more about ovarian physiology to better understand their menstrual cycles and the fertility path throughout their lives. Then, depending on their current situation or future plans, they might or may not decide to freeze eggs. What is important is that they are aware of what is involved in the process, the expected outcomes and the potential risks...Continue reading