In my research into single women’s fertility options, I’ve found this is often a clear-eyed, pragmatic decisionThe Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) says women should freeze their eggs before they are 35. But is this sound advice? The first official report on egg freezing in the UK shows that there has been a staggering increase – 460% – in women freezing their eggs since 2010. It also highlights that despite this big increase, egg-freezing cycles still remain a tiny 1.5% of fertility treatments carried out in the UK.
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