Egg Freezing

The End for Baby Making Sex? No!

Dee Armstrong | Posted 12.11.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Dee Armstrong

Maybe fertility medicine will transform to such a rapid degree in the next 30 years that we will be living in a world previously only imagined by sci-fi writers, where pregnancy is hyper-managed, as Djerassi describes. I think it's far more likely that we will continue to want to have our babies the old fashioned way

Egg Freezing - The Insurance Plan You Hope Never to Have to Use

Michael Dooley | Posted 07.11.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Michael Dooley

Let's start by looking at the financial issues - egg freezing costs around £5000 for a single cycle and then £200 per year for egg preservation, which is a hefty fee for those who do not work at Apple or Facebook.

Egg Freezing -12 Frequently Asked Questions

Dr Geeta Nargund | Posted 23.10.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Dr Geeta Nargund

Egg freezing is in the news this week as Apple and Facebook have announced that they will offer egg freezing to their female employees. There is a lot misinformation about egg freezing and so here are 12 frequently asked questions and their answers.

Women Can Invest in Their Reproductive Future by Banking Eggs; But They Shouldn't Leave It Too Late

Dr Geeta Nargund | Posted 22.07.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Dr Geeta Nargund

Until now women have faced a "Catch 22" dilemma when planning a family; namely in either pursuing a career during their most creative years only to find they may have left it too late, or choosing to have their babies young and then discovering they have lost out in the career stakes as their male rivals surge ahead.

For Women to Thrive: We Must Help Their Fertility as Part of Gender Equality Agenda

Dr Geeta Nargund | Posted 03.04.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Dr Geeta Nargund

Equality debates generally focus on equal pay and job opportunities. However, I feel that we must to go further and address women's biological needs as part of the campaign for social and health equality agenda.

Why Reproductive Fertility Technology Is Not the Solution to Age-Related Infertility

Gates Cambridge Scholars | Posted 31.03.2014 | UK Universities & Education
Gates Cambridge Scholars

In countries all over the world, more and more women are postponing childbearing. In my research on fertility, the women who I interview frequently cite their age as a reason for difficulties in achieving conception and/or maintaining a pregnancy. Many point to career or educational goals as reasons for delayed childbearing...

To Freeze Or Not To Freeze? The Breast Cancer Fertility Dilemma

Laura Price | Posted 19.12.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Laura Price

There are few things more heart-wrenching than being told you can't have children. But being in that situation now, alone in the fertility clinic at a point in my life when I wasn't even in a relationship - wasn't even ready to have kids - was surreal.