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The Struggle To Conceive With Frozen Eggs

Brigitte Adams became the poster child for freezing your eggs. But things didn’t quite work out how she imagined.

Does egg freezing really protect fertility – or merely offer false hope?

Over the past decade, egg freezing has become an increasingly popular option for women who want to preserve their fertility. But when it’s time to use those eggs, things don’t always work out as planned. NBC’s Kristen Dahlgren reports for TODAY.

The Great Egg Freeze

Fi Glover speaks to women who have frozen their eggs – both privately and through a company scheme. She follows the experience of Brigitte Adams, a marketing executive who froze her eggs at 39 and is about to have one of them fertilized and implanted at 45.

A New Website Encourages Egg Freezing for Single Women

But as Adams, who went on to found Eggsurance, an egg-freezing education site, tells us, things don’t always go according to plan. She gets granular on the process and educates us on the emotional, physical and financial costs.

What Working Parents Really Want

Brigitte Adams an egg­ freezing advocate and founder of the patient forum, said the benefit demonstrates that companies are investing in women and supporting them in carving out the lives they want.

Silicon Valley Companies Add New Benefit for Women: Egg Freezing

Brigitte Adams started a community forum called Eggsurance, where women can share information about the procedure. Adams paid for the procedure herself. “I froze my eggs at 39,” she says, “and there was nothing out there that was specific to egg-freezing.”

There's a Dark Side to Egg Freezing No One is Talking About

Brigitte Adams froze her eggs way before it was trendy. Soon after, Adams launched Eggsurance, an online egg freezing forum, so that other women could research the option more easily. The site was a hit.  

How Egg Freezing is Keeping More Women in the Tech Industry: The Inside Story

In 2012, Adams founded the website Eggsurance, which offers egg freezing information, facts, and community, to better inform women about the process.

Motherhood on Ice: Has the Egg-freezing Generation of Working Women Been Mislead?

 But by June last year, Adams, now 44, who runs, an online community offering information to women considering egg freezing, had come to accept it was time to act to use them alone.

Want to freeze your eggs?

Brigitte Adams, 42, who became the face of oocyte cryopreservation, as egg freezing is called, when Bloomberg BusinessWeek put her on its cover for a story on the subject last spring.

Egg Freezing: What to Know

Is egg freezing a perk for young women or a way to keep them working longer? Eggsurance’s Brigitte Adams and NAFE’s Carol Evans discuss on the News Hub.

Are Your Eggs Dying? Thank God for Eggsurance

The website was created by Brigitte Adams. What does she know about egg freezing, you might wonder. Well, this is how Time describes her: Are Your Eggs Dying? Thank God for Eggsurance

Perk Up: Facebook and Apple Now Pay For Women to Freeze Eggs

Having a high­ powered career and children is still a very hard thing to do,” said Brigitte Adams, an egg­ freezing advocate and founder of the patient forum

Egg Freezing is Latest Talking Point in Valley Diversity Debate

Brigitte Adams, a 42 ­year­ old marketing executive who founded, a site which celebrates the process, compares the technology to the invention of the pill – only a lot more expensive.

How to Handle Infertility Issues: Advice from 5 Experts

Brigitte Adams is the Founder of Eggsurance, the first independent, non-­clinic related education and community website devoted to everything egg freezing.

37 and Counting....The Harsh Reality of Women's Fertility Decline

Adams, who runs a website called Eggsurance, calls egg freezing the new birth control pill, an option that empowers women and increases their choices.

Website Called Eggsurance Helps Women Learn About Egg Freezing

Knowing how hard this process is, Brigitte is also helping other women with an interesting website giving women the fertility 4­1­1 called Eggsurance!