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Who is Extend Fertility?

Extend Fertility is the first service in the United States focused exclusively on women who want to proactively preserve their fertility options. We’re inspired by the belief that women freezing their eggs for the future have a right to the same emotional support and physician excellence as women trying for a baby now. That’s why we’re creating a service centered around the unique, busy lives of these women.

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Full service. Introductory rate.

Exciting news! We’re in the process of building a brand new, state-of-the-art facility wholly dedicated to women choosing to freeze their eggs. It will be located in midtown Manhattan and will be ready by the spring of 2016.

Until then, we’re offering special pricing at a temporary facility for family and friends of family. You’ll have access to the full healthcare team and the same level of clinical excellence and personalized service at rates 25% to 50% less than our regular price.

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Why freeze your eggs for later?

Or, as Aunt Helen might ask, “Why not have a baby right now?”

Right now:


But later:


By preserving your eggs, you’re preserving your options.

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Read more about egg freezing on our blog.

3 ways to get a head start on your egg freezing process

Posted February 08, 2016

Okay, you’ve scheduled your consultation. How exciting—that’s a great first step! But maybe you’re the overachiever type, and you want to know what else you can do right now to make your egg freezing process faster and easier. Awesome, we love the overachiever types around here.

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“Ever since I froze my eggs, I’m chillin’,” jokes comedian Whitney Cummings

Posted January 31, 2016

It’s still pretty rare to see female celebrities talk frankly about their reproductive health. (There’s a reason that many women still think pregnancy after 40 is common—their favorite actresses, models, and musicians are doing it, but they seldom reveal that they’ve used IVF or egg donation.) That’s unfortunate, but it’s not entirely their fault—between Hollywood’s obsession with youth and the mainstream media’s hesitation to talk about women’s health at all, it makes sense that female celebrities would see fertility decline and fertility preservation as taboo topics.

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