FAQs

What should happen to my eggs if I were to die or become unable to make decisions for myself?

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Do my eggs have to be used for my treatment only, or can they be donated for someone else’s treatment or training?

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What if I change my mind about the storage?

You may change or withdraw consent at any time.  WHAT HAPPENS TO THE EGGS

How long can my eggs be frozen for?

Eggs can be frozen for a very long time. Current law allows eggs to be frozen for 55 years. We would recommend keeping eggs frozen till you reach the maximum age of 45 years. As age advances, pregnancies become more complicated. For the initial period we recommend freezing for 5 years. This can be extended further if required. Continued egg freezing is charged at a yearly rate by the London Women’s Clinic and is separate from the fixed charges .

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