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Having A Baby After Age 35

Extend Fertility is a trusted and respected fertility services provider for women who want to take a proactive approach to preserving their best chance at having a baby after 35 years of age.

Extend Fertility is dedicated to empowering fellow women to take control of their fertile lives through a break-through service, known as "egg freezing."

Extend Fertility provides women seeking to have a baby after age 35 with the leading fertility preservation experience available today, by bringing together industry-leading science, experienced medical care and support, and secure egg storage facilities. Adhering to the strictest medical and ethical standards, we offer our investigational service exclusively under the oversight of an Investigational Review Board (IRB), as recommended by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.

We understand the pressures that women planning to have a baby after age 35 can often encounter. The professionals at Extend Fertility help women manage the difficult balancing act between professional and personal goals - some of us have chosen to preserve our future fertility through our egg freezing services. We specialize in helping women have a baby after age 35. Extend Fertility is passionate about making a difference in our clients’ lives because we are our clients ourselves.

Are you seeking to have a baby after age 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, or 40 ?

Discover The Benefits Of Egg Freezing
Egg freezing has long been the holy grail of the fertility world, especially for women seeking to have a baby after age 35. Although sperm and embryos (fertilized eggs) have been successfully frozen for the purposes of fertility preservation for decades, the freezing of unfertilized eggs (oocytes) has only recently been successful.

Breakthroughs & Accomplishments
In the past, difficulty with egg freezing was due to an egg’s tendency to develop ice crystals during the egg freezing process (which compromise the integrity of the egg), as well as hardening of the egg’s outer membrane, making fertilization difficult. Two recent breakthroughs have allowed scientists to overcome these problems.

The first is the development of a new culture media system that protects the egg from damage during the freezing/thawing process. The media system dehydrates the egg during freezing and dehydrates the egg during thawing, thereby minimizing the formation of ice crystals. The second breakthrough is a fertilization technique known as ICSI (Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection). With ICSI, the embryologist injects the egg with a single sperm in order to fertilize it.

While egg freezing is still considered investigational by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, by applying these new advances in oocyte cryopreservation, our scientists have realized a sharp increase in post-thaw egg freezing survival rates (as high as 90%) and fertilization rates (as high as 80%). These improvements have led to pregnancy success rates from frozen eggs of up to 35% per embryo transfer, and have facilitated a dramatic increase in the number of babies born from frozen eggs to over 200 worldwide.

Experience & Innovation
Extend Fertility is the only company to offer egg freezing nation-wide. All Extend Fertility partner centers are carefully trained and monitored by recognized experts in the field of egg freezing, including Dr. Raffaella Fabbri of Bologna, Italy who is responsible for the largest number of frozen egg babies born worldwide (70 babies to date). Over 100 women have chosen to freeze their eggs at an Extend Fertility partner center many are intent on having their own baby after age 35.

Extend Fertility is committed to advancing the science of egg freezing. Working together to maximize success, Extend Fertility’s partner centers have made several proprietary improvements to the existing published protocols, often yielding better results than appear in the current literature. Our partner women's fertility centers are also currently involved in an ongoing egg freezing research study to improve the published data and significantly increase the number of babies born from previously frozen eggs (publication expected in 2006).

Our women's fertility services are delivered through a network of leading fertility centers across the country. Partner fertility centers are nominated, approved and trained by Extend Fertility's Scientific and Medical Advisory Boards, which are comprised of experts in the field of egg freezing and reproductive medicine. The experience and infrastructure of our partner centers provide our clients with the best possible fertility preservation experience and customer care especially for women who would like to have a baby after age 35.

Extend Fertility understands that our clients may not live near one of our partner centers. The majority of our fertility treatment process can be done from any location — patients only need to travel to an Extend Fertility partner center for their egg retrieval procedure.

For more information on having a baby between age 35-40 contact Extend Fertility.

Extend Fertility, Inc.
329 Washington Street | Suite 200 | Woburn, Massachusetts MA (USA) 01801
Phone: (800) 841-7197 | Outside U.S.: (617) 987-0506 | Fax: (617) 987-2137

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