Women’s fertility declines with age, but the ‘cliff’ we often hear about at age 35 is a myth: it’s more of a gentle slope.
Both cancer and cancer treatment can impact someone’s ability to have biological children. It’s important to discuss fertility right after cancer diagnosis.
Why do women freeze their eggs? My research shows it’s for a range of reasons, and not always due to a desire to become a mother.
Frozen eggs will be stored for up to 55 years in the UK.
COVID-19 has led to a sharp rise in inquiries at some of London’s largest fertility clinics.
New research can for the first time tell us what happens when women wish to go back to the clinic to use their frozen eggs.
Why some women choose to freeze their eggs.
Contrary to popular perception, women don’t freeze their eggs for career reasons.
If you are looking to freeze your eggs, here are six things to consider.
Most women will have been made aware they have a ticking biological clock. But most probably don’t know it’s because women are born with a limited supply of eggs, and eventually they will run out.