Dear Professor Winston,
I am a 35 year old woman with a partner. I am interested to know whether it is more likely I would have a live birth in the future from freezing eggs or freezing embryos (either of which procedures I would do asap)? Are there any studies/statistics comparing the two?
I appreciate the answer may also depend on sperm quality and my age at when attempting to get pregnant, but I have struggled to find even approximate information comparing the two procedures.
N.B. I also appreciate there are other considerations in looking at embryo/egg freezing, but would like to take into account the statistical chances of success when making a decision.
Many thanks for your help.
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