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The online Egg freezing e-course

Egg freezing has been available for years and was initially introduced for fertility preservation purposes, for example, before a cancer treatment.

In recent years, it has become more common among those who want to have children in the future but aren’t ready yet, like an insurance policy. In the past year we’ve seen a large increase in egg freezing cycles and in people seeking information and support regarding egg freezing. That’s why I’ve created this affordable 20 minute course, to make things easy for you!

In the course you’ll learn the following:

  • How to select an IVF clinic
  • What to expect from the first consultation
  • The hormone stimulation
  • The egg collection procedure
  • What happens in the laboratory
  • How your eggs are frozen and stored
  • Risks involved with egg freezing
Who is this course for?People looking for more information to feel informed and prepared before an egg freezing cycle.About SandyI’m Sandy Christiansen, Clinical Embryologist and Fertility Coach. Having worked in IVF for 10 years, I’ve often offered fertility support to friends and have come to see a large gap in the treatment. IVF can be monumentally overwhelming and while the main focus of every clinic is to get you pregnant, some don’t have the capacity to give you the guidance you may need along the way.One way of getting that extra support is through fertility coaching. A fertility coach can guide you through fertility and infertility, provide IVF treatment guidance and help alleviate the isolation that can come with fertility issues.