Vitrification of ovules offers the possibility of prolonging motherhood
When for medical or social reasons a woman makes the decision to delay motherhood, there is a decrease in her fertility and it is more difficult to get pregnant, both spontaneously and after the application of assisted reproduction techniques
In these cases is advisable to preserve her fertility by vitrificating some of her ovules.
After a process of ovarian stimulation similar to the one performed in in vitro fertilization, the ovules are collected and frozen in an ultrafast way to prevent the ovum from being damaged. In this way, the survival rates of ovules after devitrification are high and this allows us to delay motherhood with reasonable guarantees.
It is advised to perform the treatment be before the age of 35 and it is important to know the limitations of this technique if it is performed at an older age. Follicular reserve by ultrasound and analytical determinations will be taken to be able to guarantee a reasonable probability of success.