False.Egg freezing does not affect a woman’s fertility. Did you know that when you are born you have a reserve of about 400,000 eggs? From your first period, these eggs are maturing. So, every 28 days, your body makes one of these eggs mature naturally.
It is estimated that when a woman is in puberty and she has her first period, thus beginning her fertile phase, she has about 300,000 eggs. Just imagine what your body has until this reserve ends!
With a fertility preservation treatment it is advised to freeze at least 9 oocytes out of the total available to the woman at that time if you are below the age of 39. The older you are, the more oocytes it will be advisable to freeze. By ovarian stimulation treatment, we get your body to mature more than one egg in a single month, thus having the ability to freeze an optimal number of oocytes to use in the future.
9 frozen eggs
The freezing of around 9 oocytes does not imply a loss of fertility: your body has tens of thousands of eggs ready for one of them to mature each month with the onset of menstruation. For this reason, it is perfectly possible for you to get pregnant naturally after having frozen some of your eggs.
Egg freezing does not affect your fertility: with the treatment you manage to delay motherhood for when the right time comes. Actually, what compromises your fertility is the passage of time, which causes your eggs to lose quality … but not frozen ones. With Timefreeze, your fertility is safe.