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Visit Our New Egg Freezing Website Transformation

Wednesday, November 5th, 2014

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Frozen Egg Bank, Inc. has undergone a complete website transformation to help you learn all you ever wanted to know about Egg Freezing (also known as Oocyte Cryopreservation).

We feel that our new is the most comprehensive website available for fertility preservation. It incorporates all things related to freezing human eggs – reasons, success rates, methods, etc. Discussed in depth are all the different scenarios that women face regarding the cause of why they are considering and choosing to put their fertility on hold.

The fertility clock and calculator page can estimate a woman’s pregnancy rate and potential. The egg freezing patient resources and articles of interest page is an eye opener for the discussion on the benefits and concerns of egg freezing. You can read testimonials from other women and understand their reasons on why they froze their eggs.

Whether you’re single, divorced or climbing the corporate ladder, visit our new egg freezing website to discover how egg freezing can preserve your chances of motherhood. Find out how egg freezing can enhance your life situation. We hope that you enjoy the new look and ease of navigation along with fascinating new content at

Frozen Egg Bank, Inc., a division of West Coast Fertility Centers in Orange County, has been the leader in egg cryopreservation for over 14 years. Research on egg freezing began in the year 2000 as a result of finding a solution to help young patients who were diagnosed with cancer preserve their fertility before chemotherapy or radiation treatments. The Medical Director of Frozen Egg Bank, Inc. and West Coast Fertility Centers is David Diaz, MD, FACOG.

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To schedule your egg freezing consultation with Dr. David Diaz, please call 714-513-1399 or use our online consultation request form.