Egg Freezing: Should It Be on the To-Do List for 2012?

logo-fertility-authorityIn today’s society, at least one in five women waits to begin their families until after age 35. In theory, this is a smart choice — women are typically mature at age 35; they are likely to be established in their careers; and they have had time to find the right partner and strengthen their partnership.

The problem is, if you are thinking of waiting until after 35, your eggs will be more mature, too. And older eggs simply don’t make it easy to become a parent.

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