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Oocyte / ovum cryopreservation

Oocyte / ovum cryopreservation for social / non-medical conditions.

"Biological clocks of ovarian reserve"

Modern woman aims to decent a good education, to make good career, to spent her life for pleasure and after 40 years old to delivery a healthy baby. Every 4th case leads women after 35 years to undergone to the assisted reproductive technologies, which don't guarantee a pregnancy from the first attempt because of the  low-quality oocytes in womens ovaries. In such cases reproductive endocrinologists will recommend using of egg donation.

After 35 years old there critical decreasing of ovarian reserve, which is physiological condition. From the hand of biology it explaines by inactivation of regultory regions of X-chromosome, which are responsible for reproductive potential of woman oocytes. This phenomen leads to oocytes degradation and follicle quantity decreasing, which ovaries are spending during whole reproductive lifespan.

Reproductive lifespan of woman is not so long.

What would be happend during this time is impossible to foresee. Ovarian surgery, infectious, oncological, autoimmune disorders are damaging for ovaries.

Oocyte vitrification is technology developed for women could preserve their oocytes with further it fertilization in future.

For example: you cryopreserved yours oocytes at 25 years and after 40 years you have delivery healthy baby as well as you concieved at 25.

Whom recommended oocyte cryopreservation for social / non-medical reasons?

Women, who wish pregnancy after 35 years.

Biological clock of women reproductive lifespan is impossible to change. Oocyte cryopreservation of oocytes allows it to stop it!

 

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Блажко Елена Васильевна

Elena Blazhko

head of the department of hospital for in-patients

Зозулина Александра Николаевна

Alexandra Zozulina

doctor obstetrician-gynecologist

Безпечная Ирина Михайловна

Irina Bezpechnaya

head of the IVF department

Тищенко Алексей Александрович

Aleksey Tischenko

embryologist

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