The cold, hard facts are in your favor. When eggs are frozen before age 39, thawing and fertilizing eight eggs results in about a 50% pregnancy rate. When you freeze at age 33-35 the rate of those eggs resulting in an embryo with chromosomal abnormalities is fairly low. Your RPMG doctor can give the specific rates from our PGS data.
You can go into our office and have your ovarian reserve checked. If you are ready to have a baby, then you could just try on your own for awhile. If you are not ready to have a baby then you could freeze more but with 47 in the freezer you should be in pretty good shape for the future. It depends on how much insurance you want.
Hope this helps.
Arthur L. Wisot, M. D.
Reproductive Partners Medical Group, Inc.
Redondo Beach, California
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