I am 26 and have been told by my OB/GYN that I have Benign Papillary Serous cystadenomas. How do I go about freezing my eggs?

I have been advised by my OB/GYN who specializes in PCOS to try to conceive soon or there is a chance I might have to loose my ovaries if the papillary serous cystadenomas comes back. What options do I have? Thank you.

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