First things first: you need many more eggs than the babies you’ll want to have. This question depends on how many babies you’d like to have with those eggs, as well as your age, since the quality of your eggs decline through time.
Since each step of the egg freezing and fertilization process has its own success rates, we recommend checking out this calculator from Brigham and Women’s to determine how many eggs you’ll need for one live baby. This means that you may need more than one cycle to get the number of eggs that you need.
Certain blood tests like the Anti-Muellerian Hormone (AMH) -- done during your fertility assessment or at one of our mobile events -- are indicators of how well you will respond to the egg stimulation medication.