Egg Freezing News
Egg freezing is a big deal these days… but don’t just take our word for it. Here’s what reporters across the globe have to say:
Fertility services are raising venture cash left and right. Last week, it was Dadi, a sperm storage startup that nabbed a $2 million seed round.
More and more women are choosing to freeze their eggs in their twenties as a hedge against infertility later in life
Kate Durkin froze her eggs for the same reasons so many women freeze their eggs: she found herself single and about to turn 35.
Kristina Simmons, a chief of staff and investor at Khosla Ventures, is one of many women who decided to freeze her eggs.
For women who want to delay pregnancy, egg freezing appears to be most effective when at least eight to 10 eggs are banked before age 36 and most cost-effective when undertaken before age 37.
As every unattached woman in her twenties or thirties out there is well aware, the most important factor determining her chance of achieving pregnancy is age.
When model Krista Mays found herself single in her early 30s with a goal of being a mom by age 35, she decided she'd have to find a less traditional approach to motherhood.
Inside a small closet under the stairs in Rachel Mehl’s impeccably decorated two-story home in Pittsburgh sits a steel-gray garbage bag knotted at the top to conceal an infant bouncy chair that features pastel drawings and bits of well-known nursery rhymes: “Humpty Dumpty,”“Little Boy Blue,” “Hickory Dickory Dock.”
Did you know that some women who freeze their eggs don’t give themselves any injections at all? Learn what makes a woman a good candidate for minimal stimulation egg freezing.
My face crumpled and tears fell from my eyes as soon as the young doctor asked me this question. I reflexively reached for a tissue to cover my face and erase the signs of weakness.
With the average age of first-time motherhood on the rise in many countries (in the UK it's currently 28.7 years old),
Come for the egg freezing, stay for the juice bar At Trellis, nobody uses the c-word—“clinic,” that is.
Here’s something I didn’t expect to do the morning after my 35th birthday: squint at a fuzzed-out screen and count the follicles inside my ovaries.
Silicon Valley cryptocurrency unicorn Coinbase has taken an unusual and expensive step to recruit andÂ retain diverse employees.
If you're a single woman in your 20s, 30s or 40s, chances are someone has asked you about whether you'd consider freezing your eggs.
This app just made learning about egg freezing so much easier. Inside the free FrzMyEggs app you’ll learn about the science of egg freezing, find a calculator to estimate your personal success rate, and a tool to help you decide if you should lean towards or away from egg freezing.
British women are facing an epidemic of “social infertility” according to a TV doctor who says she belongs to a new generation who want a baby but cannot find a partner.
With doctors offering cut-price services and celebrities increasingly investing in it, egg freezing is hot property right now.
Fertility tests can supposedly give you an idea of how easy (or hard) it will be to conceive before you start trying for a baby. Here's what ob-gyns say.
The traditional infertility experience looks something like this: a heterosexual couple tries and fails to conceive for a year.
As 2017 drew to a close, House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) urged Americans to have more children.
If you’ve watched the new Netflix film Private Life, released this month and starring Kathryn Hahn and Paul Giamatti as a couple in their 40s struggling to have a child, you’ll be at least a little bit familiar with the nitty-gritty of infertility.
If you feel like you've noticed more women freezing their eggs lately, it's not in your head.
Women turn to egg freezing for numerous reasons. Often it’s medical, but new research suggests it could also have to do with finding the right partner.
Since the quality and number of eggs a woman has goes down with age, increasingly, women are electing to freeze their eggs when they are young
The newest frontier in reproductive medicine and how it’s impacting the Orthodox world
There are several reasons why a woman might choose to freeze her eggs. Some do so for medical reasons: Treatments like chemotherapy, for example, can damage fertility.
Currently, the most common type of fertility coverage is offered strictly through insurance — more specifically, infertility insurance, which requires an official medical diagnosis to pay out.
Curious about freezing your eggs to preserve your fertility? You don't need to sit in a doctor's office wearing a paper gown to get answers anymore.
Jennifer Lannon lay, her feet propped in stirrups, on an examining table at Extend Fertility, an egg-freezing clinic in Midtown Manhattan.