05 Jul 2019
The decision to freeze eggs is not one that you rush. It’s a big move and many women make it for various reasons, but most commonly – for time. It’s difficult to plan life out and even harder to know when you’ll be ready to start your own family. Personal relationships, work and finances – all these factors and more can make you feel like you’re not ready for a child yet. Egg freezing, as explored in this article, gives women options. Read more about Allyson Darling’s journey.
12 Mar 2019
You’ve probably heard of menopause, commonly known as the time when menstrual periods stop permanently, and woman is no longer able to bear children. The menopause is a natural part of ageing that usually occurs between 45 and 55 years of age, as a woman's estrogen levels decline. However, around 1 in 100 women experience the menopause before 40 years of age. BBC released a story of Annabelle, a 15 years old school girl with premature menopause.
20 Feb 2019
The number of egg freezing cycles performed in the UK rose by more than 400 per cent between 2010 and 2016 - and 'social egg freezing' is becoming more popular. Why women decide to freeze their eggs? The newest article in Femail Magazine links social egg freezing with men rather than women's careers. Author of the article, medical sociologist who spent years researching social egg freezing trend, claims that women froze their fertility because of the lack of a suitable man who also wanted to become a father.
28 Nov 2018
'Peter Bowen-Simpkins, Jinjun J Wang, Kamal K Ahuja There has been a growing recognition in the UK that the statutory storage limit for frozen eggs, which currently stands at 10 years, requires a review.
21 Nov 2018
Two important explanations exist for cross-border reproductive care: restrictive legislation at home and limited access to affordable treatment.
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