Prepping eggs for freezing – key factors
- Egg freezing is expensive, so it’s worth ensuring your eggs are in top condition, before you go for it
- Science shows that lifestyle factors do have an impact on egg quality
- Targeted supplements are proven to successfully boost and nourish egg health, over time
Let’s start with the facts. Egg freezing – technically referred to as oocyte preservation – is no small thing. It can cost between $10,000 and $20,000 per cycle, and that’s without factoring in storage. The average egg freezing patient can spend anywhere from $30,000 to $40,000 depending on location.
But we know from personal experience, and what our FHH community tells us, this is about insurance, and giving ourselves options for the future. It’s about preserving fertility, doing what we can during peak fertility years to have a family when we’re in the right place, family or career-wise, or depending on other circumstances.
Whatever your reasoning, if you’re seriously looking into egg freezing it makes sense to lay the very best groundwork. As Beli put it, a few months of doing the right things now, plus a bit of micronutrient focus and adding a pin-point targeted supplement, can dynamically change your egg health.
Here are the specific things Beli recommend, to boost egg quality.