- "`Egg freezing is a way to be your own egg donor,' Grifo says."
- "`The younger the patient, the better the outcome - although most 20-year olds likely aren't worried yet about safeguarding their fertility. If you're thinking about it, I think you should see somebody for a consultation,' he says, explaining that women who ruminate about it for five years wish they had acted five years ago."
- "A recent study by the Free University of Brussels in Europe found that among 86 women who had frozen their eggs, 96 percent said they would do it again, but 71 percent said they wish they'd done it sooner."
- "By 34, `if you know you're not going to have children within a few years, find the money and freeze...as you get older, you're gonna have to pay money for fertility at some point, so you might as well do it now when you have a good chance of lowering birth defect."
Friday, September 6, 2013
Egg Freezing: It's an Option
Recently I read an article in US News & World Report, Egg Freezing: A New Frontier by Rachel Pomerance. Here are some interesting snippets: