Kara Egber

My name is Kara Egber. When I was 34-years-old, I had my AMH level tested by a blood test. All my levels were normal. My OBGYN said if I wasn’t trying for a baby by 35 or 36, I should freeze my eggs. That way if I had issues getting pregnant down the road, I would have the best chance to get pregnant with my younger eggs. I froze my eggs twice in 2016 (when I was 36) and will freeze again, one last time in January 2017. Each retrieval so far, I have been able to collect 7 eggs where 5 were viable to freeze. I have always wanted to a mother but wasn’t ready in my 20’s. In my 30’s there have been a ton of boyfriends, but no father/marriage potential in the ones I dated. I’m freezing my eggs to help ensure a future of motherhood should I need help getting there down the road. I would have a harder time learning I can’t be a mom than using the option of my frozen eggs.I shifted my own priorities. In the end, a wedding is just a day, but a baby is forever. I hope I never have to use my frozen eggs, but if I do they will be there. After I froze my eggs, I started dating and met my husband Quentin Welch online. We are now expecting our first baby boy Tyler in 2018 who was conceived naturally.



“I shifted my priorities. In the end, a wedding is just a day, but a baby is forever.” –Kara Egber


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