Women who want to preserve their fertility for reasons of career, or other personal choice, have faced a difficult barrier due to the poor success rates for egg freezing.
Research has found that the age of the egg, not the age of the mother, is what drives success rates in IVF. Older women who use donor eggs from young women in their 20s get pregnant at the same rate as young women do, and can have healthy babies. Freezing your own eggs when you are younger is an insurance policy so you can postpone childbearing but still have a biological child later on. Young women have a lot of different reasons to wait to get pregnant, including massive student loans, unstable income, lack of a partner to help raise a child, military deployment and other life issues. Yet they don’t want to miss the opportunity to have a family.
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