Calculate Your Frozen Egg Success
It’s not a bad idea to think about at what point you’ll use your frozen eggs. You could be waiting for Mr. Right (or Ms. Right), or for Mr. Right (or Ms. Right) to be ready to have kids. Maybe you’re just too darn busy working, traveling and living it up to get on the baby track. Don’t worry if you’re on the fence about it all together.
Whatever your situation, it helps to set a deadline.
Pick an age that you’re going to try to have a baby with your love or on your own. It could at 37, 38, 39, 40, or younger or older. You may decide you’ll try to get pregnant naturally. If it doesn’t work in six months or a year, you’ll turn to your frozen eggs.
You could also skip trying naturally and turn right to your frozen eggs. A lot depends on your age and the state of your fertility, so don’t hesitate to seek the advice of a fertility doctor. (see In Her Own Sweet Time Planning Resources.)
I recently came across these cool egg freezing success estimator calculators on Fertilitypreservation.org. They can help you calculate your potential pregnancy outcomes based on your age and the number of frozen eggs that you have.