I'm delighted you're in a position to avoid chemo with the doc's blessing.
I hope everything works out for you & I'm sure the baby break will fly round!!
I'm quite new to this forum so not too well up on all the abbreviations; plus serious chemo brain issues ensure there is no possibility of me working them out!
I'm 32 & would like to have at least the possibility of having a family, so can fully understand your dilemma. I had a mastectomy & reconstruction in October & was then invited in to speak to my oncologist. He went through my diagnosis & told me that if I have chemo, the chances of me still being here in 10 years increase by 20%. He also said that they hadn't really figured out defrosting frozen eggs, so only would've done frozen embryos. I'm not a position to provide them alas, but he was quite against the whole affair due to the delay in starting treatment. He did say though that the chances of early menopause were between 5 & 10% which I think is quite negligible in medical terms. He didn't offer up a range of options I'm afraid, really just take it or leave it!! (I'm in Northern Ireland - it's possible we're slightly different).
I finished chemo in Feb & looking back I wish I'd taken a little more time to consider rather than just blindly going into it. That's not to say I wouldn't have gone ahead with it, but I basically left it in the hands of the doctors & did as I was told! However, chemo is absolutely horrific & deserves a little more consideration than I gave it. I had regular periods up until after treatment 5 of 6, but I haven't had any menopausal side effects, no tropical moments or beards! So I'm hopeful that I've come out of it reasonably in tact.
I would absolutely not seek to advise you in any way; it can only be your decision. I suppose the 2 things I would highlight are that the risk to fertility was minimised to me due to the chemo regime I was on (3 FEC-T, 3 Docetaxol), but also that chemo was the worst experience I've ever had & if I were to have a recurrence, I would think very carefully before going through it again.
I hope I haven't just confused matters completely! You are absolutely doing the right thing considering your options & I wish I'd done more of it. Take care of yourself luvvie.