STOP THE CLOCK
Your fertility declines with age. There is no way to reverse or stop this process. Freezing prevents further ageing of your eggs but comes with no guarantee that they will lead to a pregnancy later. Freeze early for a higher likelihood of a take-home baby.
Each bottle of Timeless Age-Defying Serum shows average fertility related to a specific age. The rate of fertility decline is the same for most women, however where you currently sit on the curve of decline relates not to your actual age but to the physiological age of the ovary. So whilst you may be celebrating your 35th birthday, your eggs may be like those of a 32 year old in quantity and quality – or like those of a 38 year old.
You are born with all of your egg-containing follicles, about 1 - 2 million of them, and as you age they gradually waste away. By the time you reach puberty and become fertile, there will be roughly 300,000 follicles left in your body. Only a small percentage – roughly 400 - of these will ever reach maturity and ovulate. Put into other words, in your life you have around 400 opportunities to get pregnant naturally.
The rate at which the egg-containing follicles deplete progresses more rapidly in the 10 to 15 years before menopause. This decrease is called “loss of ovarian reserve.” Menopause occurs when most of these follicles are gone.
No amount of exercise, vitamins or vegetables will prevent this decline. It occurs regardless of whether you are pregnant, have normal menstrual cycles, use birth control, or are undergoing fertility treatment.
“The ideal age to consider freezing eggs should really be when women are young in reproductive terms, so ideally around the ages of 30 - 32, maximum 35. This will maximize their chances of having this treatment deliver the objectives that they have done it for.”
Dr. Yacoub Khalaf, Director of Assisted Conception Unit, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital
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