The Fertility Center’s of New England’s Dr. Beth Plante was featured on CBS Boston discussing egg freezing and pressing “pause” on your biological clock. “You freeze it when the woman is at 32 and when she comes back at age 40 it’s sort of like she is using the egg from a 32 year old,” said Dr. Plante. Watch the segment.
As women, we lead rich and demanding lives. As a result of our abundant opportunities, many of us choose to start our families later in life. Freezing your eggs is an act of empowerment, allowing you to preserve your reproductive ability.
Cost is a major barrier for many young women wanting egg freezing. The American Society for Reproductive Medicine has said that the price for egg freezing is as high as $18,000. At the Fertility Centers of New England (FCNE) we understand the financial burdens imposed by these advanced technologies. That is why we offer egg freezing for $5,000 to enable young women the reproductive freedom to choose when they are ready to become mothers.
Our care team at the Fertility Centers of New England will help you determine if egg freezing is the right option for you and tailor treatment to your particular situation. If you are considering egg freezing and exploring your options, come talk to us!