Egg Freezing Parties Help Women Have Children

Dr. Eyvazzadeh, known as the "Egg Whisperer," offers informational cocktail parties for women interested in freezing their eggs.
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issue of harp"harper's bazaar." Now the "Morning stir." We do. It's time. And new in the field of fertility. Women are actually attending egg-freezing parties. And behind it all is an expert who calls herself the egg whisp whisperer. Paula Faris has that. Good morning. Reporter: Good morning. Ready to stir it up this morning. Unlike the frozen parties you may be attending, Anna, Elsa and olaf won't be at this one. This is a party and power point in one, women discuss fertility and freezing their eggs. A big cost that's becoming a bigger perk from some companies. Sofrmg So welcome to this party. Reporter: San Johe's known as the egg whisperer. Her game? Freezing time. Imagine going to your fertility specialist and sit down and talk about your fertility, indicators, oppositions. It's fun to have a fertility friend. Reporter: She's hosting egg freezing events. Informational cocktail parties for working women interested in postponing motherhood. It's just fertility awareness, just to spread information. Reporter: The parties launching this week in the San Francisco bay area. Just a month after apple and Facebook announced their plans to pay for female employees to freeze their eggs which can run upwards of $10,000. It's exciting that companies are embraces it. I think it should be open to empower women to ask questions about their health and reproductive future. Reporter: It wasn't just women in attendance, some guys coming in place of their significant others. She sent me here for reconnaissance. Reporter: Hoping to skrood the uncertainty of reproduction. 10 to 15% of women in their 30s may not be able to have babies. If they knew that was going on when they were 20, 25, wouldn't have to shed so many tears other what to do next. Reporter: And events like this could be the future of fertility. Egg freezing parties are helping bring a problem to the forefront and making it mainstream. It's a great way for women to learn about how their fertility can be protected in the future. Reporter: Now the actual fertility aspect, removing, freezing the egg, doesn't happen at the party. But women who schedule the procedure at the party get a discount. It's like a modern day it upper ware party. You get a discount, and book one of your own, you get a deeper discount. Not selling tupperwear. It is expensive. But a big perk, tens of thousands of dollars in some cases.

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