When is the right age to freeze my eggs?

In my “9-5” day job I see a lot of women coming into the office to freeze their eggs…

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I see them after they have realized they aren’t meeting the right Man or Woman right now and their biological clock is ticking…

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I see them when they can finally afford to freeze their eggs!

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And by this time, they need at least 25 to 35 eggs to ensure 1 healthy live birth.

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Yes, we are born with 1-2 million 🥚s at birth and we ovulate @ 450-500 🥚s in our reproductive lifetime (assuming we were not on birth control pills).

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Misconception – birth control pills do NOT save up on eggs!

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When we stimulate a woman (depending upon her fertility and with the very real fact that the average age of menopause is 35-55 years of age) we may only get +/- 5-10 eggs with each IVF/egg freeze cycle . Most importantly we don’t even know if these 🥚s are healthy until it is time to make a baby with them.

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Each egg freeze cycle can cost anywhere from $10,000 – $15,000 PER cycle… what college girl has that kind of dough lying around???

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To answer the question “When is the best age to freeze your eggs?”

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Consider this: No IVF Clinic will take an anonymous egg donor that is over 27-28 years of age…

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Ladies, DONATE YOUR EGGS TO YOURSELF… before you are over 28 years old.

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To our healthcare system… PAY for women to donate their eggs to themselves so we can keep our species alive…

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For more information on your reproductive health and egg freezing join PATH TO MOTHERHOOD: VIRTUAL FERTILITY AND WELLNESS SUMMIT on October 19 – 27th 2019.

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Register from the link in my bio or at http://www.wendyshubin.com

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BEVERLY HILLS – 1982: Founder and teacher of Bikram Yoga, Bikram Choudhury assists actress Carol Lynley with the ‘Camel Pose’ at his yoga studio in Beverly Hills, California. (Joan Adlen/Getty Images)

The American Council on Exercise states you burn more fat, burn more calories and can exercise longer when doing so in warm temperatures.  So yes, fatty acids are burned for energy in the muscles and since you burn more fat when the muscles are warm and can exercise longer, more fat will be burned in warm temperatures.  However, the American Council on Exercise does not recommend exercise in excessively hot temperatures. Bikram yoga is considered excessively hot.

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The Hidden Messages In WATER


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The Hidden Messages in Water, by Dr Masaru Emoto

“To understand water is to understand the cosmos, the marvels of nature, and life itself.” – Dr. Masaru Emoto

Not only do we live in water while in utero, but as fetuses, we are 99% water. We are 90% are birth, 70% water in adulthood and 50% in our golden years. We can all agree that we humans, exist throughout our lives as water.

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