Frozen Eggs

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July 10, 2018

It’s not every day that a woman gives birth to a baby conceived within a year of her own conception. On November 25, 2017, Emma Wren Gibson’s delivery became a world record—a healthy birth from the longest known frozen embryo, originally cryopreserved in 1992.1

A 20-year-old frozen embryo was the previous oldest known embryo leading to a successful birth. However, it is not possible to confirm the oldest embryos with any certainty. That’s because American companies aren’t required to report the age of embryos, only the outcome of the pregnancies.

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October 03, 2014

PFC's Dr. Isabelle Ryan explains the benefits of using frozen donor eggs versus fresh donor eggs in an IVF cycle.

Watch the video on the Fertility Authority website here.