Egg freezing, now company-paid at places like Apple and Google, can cost up to $15,000. And The New Yorker, bearer of good news, is here to remind us that the process does not guarantee a pregnancy. According to the NYU Langone Medical Center, when women use egg-freezing there’s a 50% pregancy success rate, which declines to 27% past the age of 40.In a new video by The New Yorker, the magazine visited the Langone Medical Center and spent time in the egg freezing program. Here we meet Dr. Jamie Grifo, a professor of obstetrics and gynecology and co-director of the program, who is measured when discussing the freezing process: “[It]  involves approximately two weeks of interrupting your life with daily injections,” he says. “We grow up assuming that fertility is a God-given right… It’s a privilege.”If you or someone you know is considering freezing eggs for a future pregnancy, make sure to watch the full video here:Related Articles: Egg Freezing: De-Thaw to “Have It All”I Did IVF at Age 30