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The scientific advances that have made egg freezing possible come at the same time that social trends have led to later marriage, delayed childbearing, and lower birth rates. Stories about egg freezing are everywhere, with women's magazines touting
The moment in the stairwell, Jones said, "was when it hit me, I'm 36 and this is what it's come to."...Like many women, Jones found herself in her mid-30s, still single and no prospects for a husband, but still with a strong desire to have a family.
Yes, a menopausal women could potentially conceive and deliver a child using her own eggs if they were retrieved and frozen while they were still of good quality, said Dr. Laurence C. Udoff, medical director of the Genetics and IVF Institute in
19 May 2013 When Sarah Richards fell in love eight months ago, one of the first things she discussed with her partner was starting a family...On this basis, her dreams of motherhood and domestic bliss seem optimistic to say the least...Between the
More women who are of childbearing age but want to have a baby later in life are considering "pregnancy insurance," acting now to have a baby in the future. It's a common dilemma for many women, some who have put their careers first or are waiting to
EDT, Tue April 9, 2013 Editor's note: Marcia C...Lanman Jr. professor of anthropology and international affairs at Yale University. She is a Public Voices fellow at the Op-Ed Project. (CNN) -- I wish I'd had the option of egg freezing.
Those striving to help women put their biological clocks on hold have come up with the next audacious step in high-tech baby making: freeze-dried eggs that could be preserved for years. Scientists are working on a technique that may one day allow a
4 April 2013 Women who have yet to meet Mr Right will be able to store their eggs at home as a powder, scientists believe. The freeze-dried eggs could be kept at room temperature, making home storage a cheaper option than paying for eggs to be kept
Healthy post-menopausal women should not be discouraged from pursuing pregnancy using donor eggs or embryos, one of the world's largest organizations of reproductive medicine says. In a shift in its official stance on whether women of "advanced age"
Deepika Gupta , 35, a lawyer in a Delhi court, has been into a few relationships but has not been able to narrow down to Mr Right. With her biological clock ticking fast and her wish to have her own children in the near future, she has now chosen to