The Freeze Blog
Learn more about egg freezing and your fertility! We've compiled select stories of women who have frozen their eggs, and interviews with medical experts. Learning about egg freezing for the first time? Check out Egg Freezing Basics.
This app just made learning about egg freezing so much easier. Inside the free FrzMyEggs app you’ll learn about the science of egg freezing, find a calculator to estimate your personal success rate, and a tool to help you decide if you should lean towards or away from egg freezing.
A lot of us have simple questions about our fertility, but it can seem like a big step to make an appointment with a fertility doc just to get a few basic answers. Lucky for you, we interviewed a prominent fertility doc for you to get answers to the most pressing questions about fertility and egg freezing. You can thank us later :)
I wear sunscreen to prevent skin damage, I eat veggies to prevent disease, and I work out to manage stress. I realized I take all these precautionary health measures, but I was not doing anything precautionary to avoid the pain and stress of infertility.
Nicole was dining with her parents at an upscale restaurant on her birthday when her visibly uncomfortable mother started throwing out cryptic remarks like: “We got you a nonconventional birthday present.”
We're Jenny and Sidonia - Miami-based mid-twenty year old best friends who started Freeze out of our own journeys to freeze our eggs.
If you're interested in learning more to make a well-educated decision about whether to freeze or not, we encourage you to check out the Easy Breezy Egg Freeze Book by Radell Ann Peischler, the Eggology Club Podcast, Eggsperience, educational content on FertilityIQ, and the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART)'s clinic search which contains individual clinic statistics.