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Old 01-08-2018, 08:06 PM
 
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I think it's a smart idea if you know that eventually you would want kids. My sister and co worker both froze their eggs. They are both married and are focused on their careers. A few years down the line they both want kids. It's easier to have a baby with 30 year old eggs as oppose to 37+.
I posted a video that had the actual stats of later pregnancy. And while it is a viable choice some women make, it isn't as necessary as a lot of people think it is. And its far more taxing then most people think it will be. No joke...its hard. If you know someone going through egg freezing or IVF...just be patient and kind with them.

It isn't akin to being pregnant like a poster suggests. Its so much harder then people imagine and there is no baby there...just the hope of a baby. Hope is harder then reality.
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Old 01-08-2018, 08:08 PM
 
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Being child free is a great choice for someone who doesn't want to be a parent. But someone who wants to get pregnant and have a child but doesn't get to isn't childfree, they are infertile. Your comment is thoughtless and rude to presume that your freely entered into choice is the same thing as being denied a much desired status because of age and/or medical issues.
I did IVF and adoption because being a mom was important to me. I don't have siblings to give me nieces and nephews. But it would never be the same. I am fine with people being childfree, but some people want to be parents. I don't see a problem with that.
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Old Yesterday, 07:05 PM
 
Location: North West Arkansas (zone 6b)
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I have a friend who did invitro for her first child and they froze the remaining fertilized eggs.

She ended up using one when the storage contract was ending and now she and her husband have 2 little boys.

I think she said they wanted another $10k for a few more years of storage
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Old Today, 05:01 AM
 
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I have a friend who did invitro for her first child and they froze the remaining fertilized eggs.

She ended up using one when the storage contract was ending and now she and her husband have 2 little boys.

I think she said they wanted another $10k for a few more years of storage
Its about $100 a month, maybe less at some places.
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Old Today, 12:11 PM
 
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Its about $100 a month, maybe less at some places.
But it depends on how many vials you have. And really its a captive market because you cant just pick up your vials and take it to another storage facility that charges less. Well maybe you can but I doubt many people would try it.
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Old Today, 12:28 PM
 
Location: Denver CO
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I have a friend who did invitro for her first child and they froze the remaining fertilized eggs.

She ended up using one when the storage contract was ending and now she and her husband have 2 little boys.

I think she said they wanted another $10k for a few more years of storage
From what you've described, it's unlikely she froze eggs, sounds like she froze fertilized embryos because they were leftover from her original IVF process. The OP's question is about women who don't have a male partner who freeze unfertilized eggs that they hope to eventually use to create embryos down the road.
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