Yes, Lean In and live your career dreams – But Freeze First. Don’t find yourself with regrets. Make options for your future self, now
New York, NY (PRWEB) September 12, 2014
EggBanxx, a national network of elite fertility doctors offering exclusive pricing at top clinics has been focused on raising awareness of the advances in reproductive technology. Focused on bringing education and empowerment to women, primarily those aged 28-40, EggBanxx’s egg freezing parties in major metropolitan cities of the United States are encouraging women to, “Lean In, but Freeze First!”, a movement supported by EggBanxx CEO and Mom of twins via IVF, Gina Bartasi. “Yes, Lean In and live your career dreams – But Freeze First. Don’t find yourself with regrets. Make options for your future self, now”.
As seen in Bloomberg Businessweek, Bloomberg TV, Business Insider and the New York Post, egg freezing with EggBanxx is making the procedure both accessible and affordable, removing any stigma or hesitation.
Dr. Fahimeh Sasan, the Chief Medical Officer of EggBanxx, explains that her patients are waiting longer to start their families, are more concerned about it and are eagerly seeking out information and options. “For the young professional who wants to delay starting a family or the single woman who simply hasn’t yet found Mr. Right, egg freezing may be a viable option,” adds Sasan.
Before considering egg freezing, below are three factors that make for a good egg freezing candidate:
1. Susceptibility to Certain Medical Conditions: Some forms of early menopause - such as premature ovarian failure - are genetically linked. Ovarian function can also be affected by the medications associated with medical conditions like Lupus or Rheumatoid Arthritis. If you are at risk, you may want to consider egg freezing to preserve fertility.
2. Egg Freezing at the Right Age: The age at which a woman freezes her eggs is an important factor. EggBanxx is designed as a way to preserve fertility rather than bolster a woman’s options if she is already seeking fertility treatments. “A woman who freezes her eggs at 30 is likely to have a better outcome than a woman at 40,” adds Dr. Sasan. “By preserving the age of your eggs when your fertility is at its peak, it increases your ability to start a family down the road.”
3. A Family is Within the 10 Year Timeline: While a baby may not be in the cards currently, it is something you may see within your 10 year plan. “Perhaps you plan on continuing your education or career before contemplating motherhood,” says Dr. Sasan. “Since fertility dramatically decreases after age 35, egg freezing acts as ‘fertility insurance’ and preserves the viability of the egg. Then when you do move forward with conception with the help of an experienced physician, there are lots of benefits – genetic screening and supervised which can reduce the chance of miscarriage and birth defects.”
EggBanxx’s next egg freezing party is at New York City’s Crosby Street Hotel on September 17th from 6:30 – 8:30pm. Fertility doctors from New York University, Weill Cornell Medical College and Neway Fertility will be at the event for a brief presentation, Q&A and one-on-one dialogue. Tickets are limited. For reservations for a future event, please visit https://www.eggbanxx.com/events.
To attend EggBanxx NYC's 9/17 Let's Freeze event, RSVP here.
To Learn more about EggBanxx call: 855-552-2699
To Find a Fertility Doctor near you call: 855-955-2229
EggBanxx.com, owned by FertilityAuthority, is part of a family of websites providing comprehensive, interactive resources and referrals for women and men seeking quality fertility information, as well as tools to simplify the search for trusted fertility doctors or fertility clinics. With more than one million monthly visits, the websites FertilityAuthority.com, FertileThoughts.com, IVFAdvantage.com, EggFreezingCosts.com, EggBanxx.com, GenderSelectionAuthority.com— along with a staff of patient care coordinators — assist in making the important connection between patients and the physicians who can assist them in their family-building efforts.