Fertility preservation programme, egg freezing, cryopreservation

Preservation of fertility through egg vitrification

You know that you want to be a mother, but you are not quite ready or prepared yet. If you think that it might be a while before you are ready and your biological clock keeps ticking, don’t worry. Science has made it possible to perfectly preserve your “young” eggs until the moment you decide to be a mother.

Factors such as age, genetics, lifestyle and medical history can considerably reduce a woman’s reproductive capability.

Now, thanks to advanced techniques in cryopreservation, science has made it possible to preserve fertility without time running against us.




And we don’t realise. You have always wanted to be a mother but the right moment hasn’t arrived.

However, age is important; it is the primary cause in 3 out of every 5 cases of infertility.

The reproductive capacity of a woman decreases by up to half between the ages of 25 and 35.



The majority of people are aware that illnesses such as cancer can affect fertility, due to the aggressive nature of treatments such as chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Nonetheless, there are other illnesses such as rheumatoid arthritis, early menopause and auto-immune diseases that can also affect fertility.

How to preserve?

Egg retrieval is a simple, quick and painless process. After the retrieval the eggs are then vitrified in the laboratory at a temperature of -196 º and stored in liquid nitrogen.

How long will my frozen eggs
wait for me?

As long as you need. Vitrification is a very safe process that guarantees the viability of the eggs after devitrifcation; without the years affecting them.

Any when you want to be a mother...

How can I improve my fertility?

Start looking after yourself.

If you want to be a mother, you should be aware that the consumption of alcohol, tobacco and coffee can affect your fertility. As can a sedentary lifestyle. How long since you last did any exercise?

Avoid contact with toxins.

Contact with contaminants such as pesticides can affect your fertility.
If you are thinking about becoming a mother, avoid direct contact with these types of toxins.

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