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Is there a limit on the length of egg freezing?

How long can eggs be stored and still be viable?

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Replied on 11/2/2009

By: Boston IVF  |  Michael Alper, MD
Steven Bayer, MD
Alan Penzias, MD
Kim Thornton, MD
Merle Berger, MD
Rita Sneeringer, MD

Waltham, MA


Hi and thanks for your question. Eggs can be frozen indefinitely for future use and the quality does not diminish.


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