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Freezing Your Eggs Can Cost up to $15,000. Here Are Strategies to Help Pay for It
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Freezing her eggs was the most empowering thing Jamie Rugg says she did in 2020. It was one of the most expensive ones, too.
The single Los Angeles-based certified financial planner shelled out just over $14,000 for one cycle of egg freezing last December, every expense tracked in a tidy spreadsheet. She paid for the procedure with savings, after spending a few years researching the process.
Most women aren’t as prepared as Rugg for the price of freezing their eggs, even as the procedure has grown more popular in recent years, brought into the spotlight with the help of celebrities and regular women, like Rugg, who want to preserve their ability to have children until they find a life partner or are more established in their careers.