Make sure in time that you can become a mother!
In January, you receive a free consultation to assess your oocyte supply and discuss options for a future pregnancy.
Our specialists can assess your lifestyle and medical history and identify risk factors that may affect fertility.
On ultrasound examination, gynecological problems can be detected, but especially the antral follicles can be counted. The AFC (antral follicle count) ultrasound test is an effective assessment of the oocyte reserve and can detect people with low reserve who may have problems if they delay pregnancy.
If you do not have a partner or do not want another child, but you are approaching 35 years old, discuss the possibility of freezing the oocytes, in order to keep the chance of motherhood in the future.
After 35 years, fertility decreases rapidly, even in people who do not have any medical problems. Also, the success rate of IVF procedures decreases significantly with age. Freezing oocytes is recommended before this age, to have a reasonable chance of success in the future.