For many women, the question is not whether they would like to have children, but when. At Georgia Reproductive Specialists, we understand that egg freezing is a very personal decision for a woman. We are proud to be at the forefront of this medical advancement and have helped numerous patients preserve their fertility. If you are considering egg freezing, please contact us today.

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Is it Right for Me?

There are many reasons why some women choose to postpone having children. For some women, family building takes a backseat to the pursuit of educational, career or personal goals. For others, unfortunate circumstances like a sudden cancer diagnosis may force them to involuntarily delay their fertility. Many women are just not ready to start a family. Some may still be waiting for Mr. Right, while others may wish to maintain their child-free lifestyle a little longer.

Fertility preservation requires individualized care and the optimal approach depends on your unique profile. If you're considering egg freezing or just wanting to learn more, contact Georgia Reproductive Specialists so we can start the conversation. Don't put off until tomorrow what you can do today!

Egg and Sperm Freezing Before Chemo

If you have been diagnosed with cancer and think you would like to fulfill the dream of having children after treatment, it is important to know what options are available...

Preserve Your Fertility

No medical therapy can halt natural ovarian aging, but thanks to advances in modern reproductive medicine, women can now freeze their eggs and "preserve" their fertility for later...

"Chill Out" With Us on March 26th at 6:00 p.m.!

You're invited to join GRS and Jezebel Magazine at Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta for an evening of Egg Freezing 101. Bring a friend to this free event...

How Does it Work?

Egg (ooycte) freezing is a medical procedure through which a woman's eggs are collected, frozen and then thawed, fertilized, and transferred to the uterus as embryos at a later date. The technique for egg freezing is the same as that used for in vitro fertilization (IVF). Once eggs are frozen, they can be safely stored for years until the woman is ready for pregnancy. Due to aging effects on egg quantity and quality, the best time for a woman to freeze her eggs is when she is in her mid-thirties or younger. Pregnancy rates are not affected by the woman's age when she returns to use her frozen eggs.

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