Motherhood, Rescheduled by Sarah Elizabeth Richards - What would happen if we could stop time? A fascinating, inside look at five women who had their eggs frozen...
Unimaginable until the twentieth century, the clinical practice of transferring eggs and sperm from body to body is now the basis of a bustling market. In Sex Cells, Rene Almeling provides an inside look at how egg agencies and sperm banks do business. Although both men and women are usually drawn
Now That Everyone's Freezing Their Eggs...Should You?
It's a question more and more single women are asking. Well, Lara Naaman did it--and she has surprising advice for anyone else considering this fertility-extending option.
What your doctor isn't telling you about fertility in your 20s
When we're teenagers, well-meaning teachers and mentors devote countless hours and awkward pamphlets to teaching girls how to avoid becoming pregnant—because, according to these early sex ed lessons, a baby is made the instant unprotected sex occurs.
The 5 Steps of the IVF Process
If you’re ready to start your family, but are struggling with infertility, it’s important to remember that you are not alone and that there are effective
Time to Chill? Egg-freezing Technology Offers Women a Chance to Extend Their Fertility
Breakthroughs in egg-freezing technology are now offering women a realistic chance to extend their fertility. Nancy Hass examines the perks and pitfalls.
Is Freezing Your Eggs Worth the Cost?
Egg freezing is expensive, but for some women, it may be cheaper than alternative ways of getting pregnant later on. So at what age is egg freezing no longer cost-effective? A new study holds clues.
A new, safer way for egg freezing
Vitrification is a flash-freezing process involving liquid nitrogen that turns the egg into a glasslike substance, which protects it from damage when thawed