EGG FREEZING: Explore your options with St. Luke's Medical Center

Posted on May 26, 2023

Egg freezing, or oocyte cryopreservation, is a method in which a woman's unfertilized eggs are collected, frozen, and stored, allowing her to conceive later. As women age, their egg quality and quantity decline, increasing the likelihood of miscarriage and birth complications or decreasing the chances of pregnancy. Egg-freezing has, therefore, grown in popularity as a procedure for women who wish to preserve their fertility and lengthen the time they can have children. 


The procedure can be a helpful option and a way for women who are interested in preserving their fertility, who are not in a position to become pregnant straight away, and whose fertility is at risk for medical reasons, such as those who are undergoing treatment and are diagnosed with medical conditions that affect their fertility. It gives women more options and flexibility when it comes to family planning, and it also enables them to concentrate on other objectives, such as their professions or personal development, without having to worry about their biological clocks.

However, it is essential to consult with a trusted fertility specialist to discuss the potential benefits and determine the risk factors if one decides to do egg freezing.


St. Luke's Medical Center's egg-freezing package includes screening and assessment, procedure fees, and professional fees for OB/GYN and Anesthesiologists. The process is properly carried out—from a thorough assessment of a woman's reproductive status to Oocyte Retrieval that includes one (1) year FREE of egg-freezing storage. On top of this, a complimentary Post Harvest Treat at the Spa on the 6th is also provided.


Our team is here to support you with all the resources and knowledge you need for a safe, precise diagnosis—increasing the success rates of fertility treatments for a successful journey toward parenting.


All patients availing of St. Luke's egg-freezing package can avail of the promo from May 1 to December 31, 2023. For more information, you may call 0919-057-7744, message 0919-160-7744, or email [email protected].