Overcome the brokenness of infertility
Who Would Benefit From Female Fertility Preservation?
Women who wish to have children at a later date. These women are aware that fertility declines with age and are choosing to undergo IVF treatment sooner, storing their eggs for the future.
Women with cancer, as chemotherapy and radiation treatment, can often have a harmful effect on fertility, rendering many of these women menopausal.
Women who are at risk of early menopause or who have a genetic disorder that could limit fertility (e.g. Turner syndrome).
Individuals/couples who, for religious or ethical reasons, are opposed to freezing embryos that result from IVF treatments and are more comfortable with storing unfertilised eggs instead.
Couples who have no sperm retrievable on the day of their egg collection.