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Facts & Figures

New York City area pharmacies

Most of the medications required for egg freezing aren’t carried by your regular neighborhood pharmacy counter, but there are several local pharmacies that carry these medications—check out the list below (Click here for a list of egg freezing medications).

These pharmacies can provide you with a price list for fertility-related medications and most of them offer express delivery in the New York metro area. We recommend calling to compare prices and options. Need help choosing a pharmacy? Just ask!

(If your health insurance plan covers all or part of your medication, you may need to use a specific pharmacy or follow a particular protocol. Please check with your insurance plan before ordering your medication.)

Apthorp Pharmacy

2201 Broadway
New York, NY 10024

Kings Specialty Pharmacy

1619 3rd Ave
New York, NY 10128


357 Flatbush Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11238

Kraupner Pharmacy

457 Knickerbocker Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11237

Metro Drugs

931 Lexington Ave
New York, NY 10065


We understand you might have a lot of questions. That’s a good thing! We’ve collected a few of the most frequently asked questions for reference here, but if there’s something we haven’t covered, the healthcare team is just a phone call away.

See the FAQs.

Studies Say

Cryopreservation, fertility preservation, and egg freezing have been researched by physicians and other experts for decades. This list includes some of the most enlightening and important studies published in the field of reproductive medicine.

See the studies.


We try to keep things simple, but sometimes, we have to use medical lingo to be as accurate as possible. This glossary is here as a reference, just in case we ever use a phrase that’s not familiar to you.

See the glossary.

Forms & Resources

Current and prospective patients can find paperwork and resources for medication, insurance, and more here.

See forms & resources.

Fertility Statistics by Age

If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it a thousand times—age is the most important factor in fertility. But what does that really mean?

Learn more.