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I have been having irregular periods since coming off depro vera jag approximately 4 1/2 years ago. As there is a history of early menopause in the family I was told that it may be likey to assume I would go through the same.

I was told at that time that there was no facility to freeze unfertilised eggs. Can you tell me if this is true?

I have been off ALL contraception with no pregnancy scares. Although I do not want a family straight away I would like to know if it is possible for me to have eggs frozen should I go through early menopause

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Please note Peter is on holiday till end of May - he may not get round to answering your questions until then.
 

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DZine said:
I have been having irregular periods since coming off depro vera jag approximately 4 1/2 years ago. As there is a history of early menopause in the family I was told that it may be likey to assume I would go through the same.

I was told at that time that there was no facility to freeze unfertilised eggs. Can you tell me if this is true?

I think that soem clinics will do it for you in the UK (not sure which) and I will certainly do it for you in Canada.

I have been off ALL contraception with no pregnancy scares. Although I do not want a family straight away I would like to know if it is possible for me to have eggs frozen should I go through early menopause

Yes, see above

Peter

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I attend CARE at Sheffield Fertility Centre and they have got a poster in the waiting room advertising egg freezing, so i presume that they will do it.

Jill
 
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