On an average, there is only 5 percent chance of a live birth using each frozen egg. It means that in order to ensure that the eggs you freeze now will let you have a child in future, you should probably freeze around 15–20 eggs. Out of 10 frozen eggs, only 7 are expected to survive and approximately 5 to 6 eggs are expected to fertilize and become embryos. Generally, 3-4 embryos are transferred in females at the age of 38.
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