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Egg freezing science is crazy cool and it’s called vitrification

The technology​ ​of egg freezing didn’t happen overnight.
Here’s​ ​how​ ​it went down.

Milestones in Egg Freezing
1997

The birth of twins​ ​in Georgia is​ ​the first successful pregnancy​ ​using a frozen egg in the United States.

2005

Vitrification is​ ​introduced and revolutionizes​ ​the way​ ​eggs​ ​are frozen, ​and, increases​ ​the success​ ​rates​ ​of IVF.

2012

​It’s​ ​official: ​Experts​ ​deem​ ​egg freezing no longer​ ​“experimental.”

The old "slow freezing" technique tended to damage eggs

Slow​ ​and steady​ ​does not always​ ​win the race. ​This​ ​older​ ​technique sometimes​ ​failed to perfectly​ ​preserve eggs​ ​and prevent them​ ​from​ ​becoming crystallized. ​Only​ ​around 50%​ ​of frozen eggs were typically​ ​viable following the old freezing process.

Vitrification avoids ice crystal formation

Vitrification is a huge improvement in the egg freezing process. It essentially flash-freezes a woman’s eggs, preventing the egg from any crystallization and damage. Vitrification freezes your eggs in a glass-like state and jumps the viability rate up to 90-95%.

Vitrification is awesome. But that’s not all we have to offer you in the world of fertility and egg freezing.

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Peter MD. FACOG

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