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I am 32 years old and my doctor tells me that my supply of eggs is too small. The doctor recommends me to freeze the eggs and consider a surrogacy.
This is what I read about this procedure:
Regarding surrogate motherhood - in addition to the traditional method, there is also a surrogate frozen embryo transfer.
Cryopreservation - freezing in liquid nitrogen in compliance with the technology - allows you to save embryos. Subsequently, embryo replanting after cryopreservation is possible in the natural cycle, that is, endometrial stimulation is not needed. If a woman has an irregular cycle, then stimulation is indicated, and then embryo transfer is performed after cryopreservation.

But I need to know what are the other doctors thinking about this.
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replied March 8th, 2019
As far as I know ( I am not a doctor), egg freezing is a pretty common thing. You can go through a few stimulation cycles and collect some amount of eggs. And if you go for gestational surrogacy, your babies will be carried and born by a very healthy woman. That's a better choice as for me
However, I am not sure why your doctor recommends you a surrogacy program. IVF or ICSI is still an option for you. Only if you do not have any other condition that forbids you to carry a baby.
My agency WCOB is a good option if you are still considering all of the above.
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