Egg Freezing
Egg Freezing
Who is fit for social egg freezing?
  • Unmarried with low AMH index

  • 35 year-old or above with no birth plan in the future few years

  • With a family history of premature ovarian failure or autoimmune diseases

  • Suffer from severe endometriosis and plan to have surgery

  • Plan to have chemotherapy or radiation treatment for treating tumor or cancer

Our Advantage


  • According to personal conditions, design a course of freezing eggs.

  • The return visit/egg retrieval operation time is flexible.

  • Hospitals in Taipei, Hsinchu, and cooperated with doctors in Taichung and Tainan.


  • Professional egg freezing and artificial reproduction medical team.

  • The number of frozen storage cases reaches thousands and the number of frozen eggs reaches more than 10,000.

  • 42-year-old egg frozen egg successful live birth case.

  • Frozen eggs for singles, successful pregnancy cases after marriage.


  • Adopt vitrification technology synchronized with Europe, America and Japan

  • New dry storage barrel, 24-hour electronic monitoring, stable storage environment

  • Rich experience, the results of frozen eggs are comparable to fresh eggs

  • IVF pregnancy rate and live birth rate are higher than the national average


  • The egg freezing consent form provides relevant protection.

  • Double confirmation, e-saving management.

  • APP keeps track of personal treatment course and egg status

  • "iVie" quarterly keep abreast of business trends

  • Will frozen eggs be used?

    There are not many things that can surpass the future. Egg freezing is one of them. Some people worry about “won’t use it”. This depends on “age” and “whether you want to get married”. If there is no stable relationship between the ages of 35 and 37, it means that the chance of marriage is not high at the age of 38 to 40. At this time, egg freezing is the right choice and the CP value is the highest. As empirical medicine shows that women’s egg quality declines rapidly at the age of 38, the cost doubles of IVF.

  • Do I have to get married to get pregnant with frozen eggs?

    Yes, according to Taiwan’s Artificial Reproduction Law, a legal marriage relationship is required to implement artificial reproduction technology. Or you may choose to export your eggs abroad for related treatment services in the future.

  • How long can an egg be frozen?

    Frozen eggs use vitrification technology to store eggs in a stable environment of liquid nitrogen at -196°C for a long time. Many studies have found that vitrification causes much less damage than slow freezing and has a survival rate of more than 90%. Therefore, there is no shelf life on the technical level.

  • Will an ovulation injection lead to earlier menopause?

    No. The number of female eggs is determined at the moment of birth. There are already hundreds of thousands of eggs in the egg warehouse. During the growth period, in addition to the regular discharge of menstruation, other eggs will also self-deplete as the years grow.

    Without the aid of any medication, the female hormones secreted in the body are only enough to supply 1 to 2 eggs to mature, and the remaining small follicles that are not selected will shrink on their own. The ovulation needle only provides enough hormones to allow these eggs to grow up and be taken out, and will not affect the inventory or premature menopause.

  • Are there any risks in egg retrieval surgery?

    The most worrying risk after receiving ovulation induction treatment is "Ovarian Hyperstimulation (OHSS)", the incidence rate is less than 5%. Our hospital designs the most appropriate ovulation induction treatment according to your ovarian function, and matches with sustained ovulation injections and different Egg-breaking injections to greatly reduce the probability of OHSS.

  • Do I need to get pregnant via IVF after freezing eggs?

    Yes. The ovulation injection treatment is carried out, and the young eggs are surgically removed and stored in advance. Wait until the right time, thaw the egg for subsequent fertilization (IVF treatment), and at the same time incubate in vitro for 3~5 days before implanting the good embryo into the mother's uterus. The whole pregnancy will not be completed until the healthy baby is born after term.

  • Will using frozen eggs affect the subsequent fertilization rate and pregnancy?

    We adopt the Japanese Kuwayama vitrification technology, and successfully completed the first case of egg freezing in November 2009. Every year, more female friends continue to use this method to successfully fulfill their wish of becoming a mother.

    In addition, according to the latest statistical analysis of this fertility center, the survival rate of frozen eggs is above 90%, and there is no significant difference between the fertilization rate, clinical pregnancy rate and implantation rate of fresh eggs. This shows that vitrification technology will not affect the eggs, and the potential for pregnancy is comparable.