Have Your Future On Your Terms
Join a group of women just like you for food, drinks and an informal presentation about egg freezing. Learn from Seattle’s top fertility medicine experts about:
- the benefits of freezing your eggs
- how the process works
- the costs involved
- who makes a great candidate
We will have a Q & A session, so come with any questions you might have.
Maybe Shower: An Egg Freezing Event
Wednesday, October 2nd at 6 pm
Indi Chocolate – Pike Place Market
1901 Western Ave, Ste D, Seattle
Attendees will get a chance to win 1 of 3 free fertility assessments (a $300 value). Winners will be notified after the event.
More details coming soon! If you are interested in attending, please contact us at email@example.com.
Why is egg freezing revolutionary?
Hasn’t this option been around for awhile? Companies like Apple and Facebook made history in 2014 after adding medical benefits that allow their employees to freeze their eggs, sparking fresh, widespread interest in the process. There have also been major advancements in the field in the past few years, boosting success rates and making it more affordable than ever before.
Egg freezing takes the anxiety out of postponing pregnancy. When you’re working full-time, getting your PhD or questioning when you will meet the right partner, the pressure you put on yourself to start a family can be so strong that you can almost hear your biological clock ticking. Freezing your eggs takes that pressure off.
Who’s freezing their eggs?
- Women who want a baby someday, just not today
- Women who are committed to school but want to have a baby later on
- Those who’ve experienced life changes that haven’t allowed them to have children
- Women whose careers come first right now
Have questions about the Egg Freezing Event? Email us.
Next Egg Freezing Event – Wednesday, Oct. 2nd
If you are interested in attending, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“I encourage everyone to go to SRM for a fertility assessment and freeze immediately – the earlier, the better. Baby Luke is 3 months old now. I couldn’t be happier with my decision to freeze my eggs when I did!” – Kelcey, age 37 when she froze her eggs at SRM