For decades, fresh egg transfer has been a fertility treatment mainstay. With this process, an egg donor and recipient are matched up, and fertility doctors work to sync their menstrual cycles so that the donor’s eggs are ready to harvest on the day that implantation is most likely to result in a pregnancy for the recipient. Although this process has a high success rate, it can be lengthy. The emergence of egg freezing technology offers another choice, as the frozen donor eggs are immediately available to the recipient. This infographic from Arizona Reproductive Medicine Specialists, a fertility clinic in Phoenix, explains how both of these processes work and explores the pros and cons of each approach. Use it to help you make important decisions about starting a family and share it with others who are also exploring their fertility treatment options.