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Freezing Your Eggs — The Costs and Other Realities
Freezing eggs for one's own future use has become a growing trend, with an estimated 5,000 women nationwide making use of the technology, according to Dr. Daniel Shapiro, medical director of the egg bank at Reproductive Biology Associates in Atlanta. but while freezing your eggs may be an insurance policy, it's an expensive one. It costs thousands of dollars (or in some cases, tens of thousands of dollars), and it doesn't always work.