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Egg Freezing Benefits at Apple & Facebook Fox News visits Dr.Jain at the Egg Freezing Center in Santa Monica, California to discuss the ins and outs of fertility preservation and egg freezing.
Dr. Jain and 42-year old patient Katya Naman appeared on Fox’s The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet.
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Dr. Jain made a special guest appearance on Discovery Health’s new series, Deliver Me.
Dr. Jain discussed and performed egg freezing treatment on Dr. Allison Hill one of the stars of the series.
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Dr. Jain and patient Priya Hanson appeared on The Today Show.
Priya Kapoor Hanson is a Life Coach and the founder of PRK Coaching, a company that offers support to both men and women as they navigate and plan their […]
Dr. Jain appeared on the hit Television Series “The Doctors” to discuss Fertility Preservation Through the Freezing of Eggs as a viable method of prolonging the age at which women may have children.
Two progressive tech companies… Taking a progressive approach to fertility coverage. Both Facebook and now Apple offering women a way to slow down their biological clocks. Tech giant apple recently announced that it will pay for its employees to freeze eggs. Facebook has been paying for the procedure since January… 100 percent coverage up to […]
One Patient’s Journey, by Dr. Jain.
Fertility preservation treatment prior to chemotherapy or radiation remains the most effective way to safeguard future fertility for women facing a cancer diagnosis. For this reason a frank discussion of fertility preservation options should occur prior to cancer treatment. Here, Dr. John Jain discusses one option—cryopreservation—and one patient’s journey of hope.
When I first met with Susan,* a 33-year-old married woman, she had recently found a lump in her right breast and had been diagnosed with Stage I invasive breast cancer. Due to the small size of her breasts, she had undergone a right mastectomy and was set to begin adjuvant chemotherapy in six weeks.
On its October 2008 issue, US Weekly magazine reported that Nicole Kidman has claimed that her first successful pregnancy was caused by a waterfall in Kununurra, Western Australia. The waterfall is believed to be enveloped with “unexplainable forces” and swimming along its currents may result to pregnancy in women who have difficulty in producing an offspring.
Egg freezing offers women the chance to add years to their fertility — but with no guarantees. By Vince Beiser with additional reporting by Kristen Brown from Plum – The Pregnancy & Parenting Guide for Women In the brave new world of motherhood, women often find themselves in a dance accompanied by the sounds of […]
By Plum – The Pregnancy & Parenting Guide for Women When do you really need to start paying attention to the biological clock’s alarm? “It’s different for every woman,” says Karine Chung, MD, founder and director of the University of Southern California’s Fertility Preservation Program. But in general, your risk factors start rising in your […]
By Plum – The Pregnancy & Parenting Guide for Women You can’t do much to stop yourself from getting older, but there are other things your can do–and avoid doing–that will increase your chances of being able to have a baby later in life. Stop smoking. Not only are cigarettes a terrible idea while you […]
This week, American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) issued a warning on egg freezing, simply to discourage healthy women who may be considering the procedure as a viable fertility preservation option. Egg freezing is an experimental procedure, a position I share with the ASRM. However no one should scare or deny women the choice to […]
A woman’s fertility potential declines with age due to declining egg quality and numbers. This is reflected in the decreased ability to become pregnant and the increased rate of miscarriage with age. Read full article from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine
Newsweek magazine recently ran a story on egg freezing. The story chronicled the experience of the author, Rachel Lehmann-Haupt, who underwent a cycle of egg freezing in New York. Like many professional women she chose to delay having children in order to pursue her career. In the article, she comments on many important aspects of […]
Reproductive Technology and the Biological Clock Singular Magazine Recently Published an article about Cryogenic Egg Freezing and fertility. In the Article Dr Jain discusses The technology, Scientific advancements, and what one can expect from taking part in the egg freezing process. Click the photos below to read the article in its entirety.
Eggs are more prone to genetic abnormalities as a woman ages. These abnormalities lead to increased incidences of infertility, miscarriage and birth defects especially in women over 38 years of age. Egg freezing is a method that suspends egg aging. Since the genetic status of an egg cannot be determined solely on appearance, methods to […]
By Melissa Heckscher Staff Writer Article So there I am at the doctor’s office getting my yearly checkup when my cheery-faced physician looks at me and briskly suggests that, well, maybe it’s time to consider freezing my eggs. “What?” I clamor, thinking only: “Am I that old?” “If I didn’t already have two kids,” she […]
The Practice Committee of the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology and the Practice Committee of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Birmingham, Alabama Oocyte cryopreservation is an experimental procedure that should not be offered or marketed as a means to defer reproductive aging, primarily because data relating to clinical outcomes […]
Is egg freezing ready for prime time?Dr. Jain believes this technology has arrived and appears to be safe. Dr. Fritz says no, not yet, for several reasons. Yes. This technology has arrived and appears to be safe. The portal to successful oocyte cryopreservation (egg freezing) has recently opened, a technological advance that provides both fertile […]