At Ovasave, we talk about our fertility—loudly—because it’s been a mystery for way too long. Through a network of the region’s best fertility clinics and an integrated digital platform, we’ll help you understand your fertility and press pause on your biological clock.
Get started now and order our at-home AMH test which includes a free teleconsultation with a fertility doctor. You can also book a free intro call to find out more about fertility testing and egg freezing.
We know the egg freezing process can feel overwhelming, expensive, and really complicated. Who has time for the research, the phone calls, the paperwork, and the headaches? We’ve done the legwork so you don’t have to, and we’re ready to walk with you.
At home fertility testing
Buy our at-home AMH test kit at the fraction of what it costs at the clinic
Network of leading clinics
Book a teleconsultation or a full fertility assessment with pre-vetted clinics and doctors
Compare services and prices and spread the cost with our payment plans
We believe in providing simple and transparent pricing for our egg freezing services and we are committed to
ensuring that the prices offered on Ovasave match the prices you would find at the clinics we partner with.
The average cost of egg freezing ranges from AED 20,000 to AED 25,000 depending on
the clinic and the package. Read more about the details.
We want to make egg freezing more affordable, which is why we also offer installment plans that allow you to
spread the cost over 6 months by selecting “Pay with Cashew” at checkout.
|Egg freezing package including medication||Egg freezing package without medication|
Egg freezing initial consultation which includes an examination and an ultrasound. Bloodwork is additional.
|AED 500||AED 500|
Tests and ultrasounds, doctor’s
|AED 20,000||AED 15,000|
|AED 0 (included)||AED 6,000-7,500 (varies)|
|Total investment||AED 20,500-21,000||AED 21,500-23,500|
|Egg storage price per year starting 2nd year||AED 1,500||AED 1,500|
If you have ever wondered what is AMH, or anti-mullerian hormone level, is a more scientific way of measuring fertility – specifically your ovarian reserve. The most convenient way to take the test is to order our at-home AMH test, perform the test, and get your results in a day or 2 from your dashboard.
Benefits of Ovasave AMH Test:
- Simple: Perform the test from the comfort and privacy of your home.
- Reliable: Your sample is analyzed by our certified lab, ensuring accurate and dependable results.
- Affordable: Our test is less expensive than a clinic visit and includes a complimentary teleconsultation with a fertility specialist, providing expert insights into your results.
- Confidential: The entire process, from testing to discussing your results with a doctor during the teleconsultation, is conducted privately at home.
how does egg freezing work?
It’s simpler than you think. You won’t need to put your life on hold. There are 4 steps, all of which will take place over one “cycle,” which usually lasts between 12 and 15 days:
Speak to a fertility specialist from our network of leading fertility clinics and get a full fertility assessment that includes some bloodwork and an ultrasound to check your ovaries.
You’ll do between 9 and 11 days of medication injections to stimulate your ovaries to produce extra eggs. You’ll also visit your doctor 3 to 5 times to see how your eggs are developing and adjust your medication as needed.
The last step is a 15-minute procedure to collect the eggs from your ovaries. You’ll be under general anaesthesia, so you won’t feel anything. Most women can go back to work the next day.
Have a 20-minute chat with our Fertility Advisor to
answer your questions about fertility testing and egg freezing.
Get started with an appointment to assess your fertility, including bloodwork and an ultrasound, and take the
next steps toward egg freezing.
Everything you need to know about egg freezing.
Do I really need to do this? Don’t lots of women have babies later in life?
Many women do have healthy babies in their late 30s and early 40s, but getting pregnant at that age often isn’t easy. Your fertility declines quickly after 35. You have far fewer eggs, and the ones that are left often aren’t baby quality. This means your chances of getting pregnant during any given month are much lower than in your 20s. Also, when you do get pregnant with older eggs, the chances of complications are higher—you’re more likely to miscarry or have a baby with a chromosomal abnormality.
Your eggs are still healthy and gorgeous when you’re in your 20s and early 30s—ideal for baby-making! It’s a great time to freeze your eggs so you have the best chance at a healthy baby if and when you’re ready. Remember, conceiving with a young, frozen egg is often easier than trying to conceive naturally when you are older.
I thought the UAE only allowed married women to freeze their eggs.
Nope! Both married and unmarried women can freeze their eggs in the UAE.
I’m so busy right now—do I have time for egg freezing? Isn’t it a big deal?
Egg freezing is a reasonably quick process that you can easily fit into your life. Over the course of 12 to 15 days, you’ll make three to five clinic visits for testing and monitoring, and you’ll give yourself daily medication injections. The egg collection itself is only a 15-minute procedure administered under general anaesthetic, so you won’t feel a thing, and you can go back to work the next day.
Egg freezing is so expensive, isn’t it? Can I afford it?
At about AED 20,000 per cycle on average in the UAE, egg freezing is definitely not cheap, but Ovasave is making it more affordable and accessible. We’re partnering with clinics to get you the best possible packages, and setting up buy-now, pay-later plans so you can pay for your egg freezing in manageable instalments.
Keep in mind that investing in egg freezing now may save you money later. Older women often need to do several IVF cycles for a baby. And you thought egg freezing was expensive…
Does egg freezing guarantee I can have a baby later?
Nothing about our fertility is a sure thing—we wish it were. According to the Center for Fertility Research and Education, on average, a 35-year-old-woman who has frozen 10 eggs has about a 70% chance of conceiving a baby with those eggs. Of course, that number varies based on your age. Two things will improve your chances: Freezing more eggs and freezing younger eggs. For an answer that is customised to you and your unique situation, we suggest a fertility assessment.
I see. What’s an egg freezing consultation?
An egg freezing initial consultation is a consultation where the fertility doctor will do an examination and an ultrasound. A blood panel is often done to check for your TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone), Prolactin, and AMH (anti-mullerian hormone), all of which tell your doctor about your egg supply and ovarian function. The ultrasound lets your doctor get a closer look at your ovaries—specifically, the number of follicles in each. A follicle is a tiny, fluid-filled sac in your ovary that contains a developing egg. Fewer follicles usually mean you’ll produce fewer eggs, and more follicles usually mean you’ll produce more eggs.