Is there a limit on the length of egg freezing?

Egg Freezing . 1 answer . 5 years ago

How long can eggs be stored and still be viable?

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5 years ago by Boston IVF

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

5 years ago by Boston IVF

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


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