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Four Things every Woman Should Know about Fertility and Her Biological Clock
Today, many couples do not address the subject of parenthood until much later in their lives. Schooling and career paths seem to take priority for many 20-30-year-old men and women, but the reality is that female fertility begins to decrease at age 30 and for some even sooner. Thankfully, advancements in reproductive technology are encouraging and have given newfound hope to couples who may not have had these same opportunities just a few years ago. That ticking women start to hear when they enter their 30s is real and justified. Women have made great progress over the last several decades. Burgeoned by
What you Need to Know About Elective Egg Freezing
Recently, we had a chance to catch up with Jake Anderson with FertilityIQ.com, a platform that gives patients and doctors the opportunity to contribute and share all things related to infertility. The site covers various topics like general diagnosis, in vitro fertilization (IVF), LGTBQ, fertility treatments, but we wanted to know how patients and visitors to the site felt about fertility preservation (specifically relating to egg freezing). Here is what Jake had to say: "At FertilityIQ, we hear from a few thousand people every year expressing their interest in elective egg freezing, with this year being no different. They come to us
WHAT IS A WOMAN’S AGE FOR PEAK FERTILITY AND WHEN DOES FERTILITY BEGIN TO DIMINISH?
The women of 2018 are busy. Gone are the days of quiet obedience and limited ambitions. Women today are professors, lawyers, politicians, police officers, teachers, physicians, mothers, pilots, mathematicians, thought leaders, and much more. However, while modern women place more emphasis on intellectual development, career ambitions, and finding well-matched significant others, we are no less interested in motherhood and the gift of parenting a child. Unfortunately, the evolution of women’s roles in society has not been accompanied by similar changes in women’s biological capacity for parenthood. Women often spend their twenties getting through school, building their careers, and attending social engagements.
What is a Woman’s Age for Peak Fertility and When Does Fertility Begin to Diminish?
  The women of 2018 are busy. Gone are the days of quiet obedience and limited ambitions. Women today are professors, lawyers, politicians, police officers, teachers, physicians, mothers, pilots, mathematicians, thought leaders, and much more. However, while modern women place more emphasis on intellectual development, career ambitions, and finding well-matched significant others, we are no less interested in motherhood and the gift of parenting a child. Unfortunately, the evolution of women’s roles in society has not been accompanied by similar changes in women’s biological capacity for parenthood. Women often spend their twenties getting through school, building their careers, and attending social engagements.
Top 10 Questions About Egg Freezing
Women are born with all the eggs we will ever have. Over time both the quantity and quality of the remaining eggs lessen, which is why eggs released from younger women are often of better quality and may result in a healthier pregnancy. If you are not yet ready for a family you may want to consider options for fertility preservation. The most common method of fertility preservation is egg freezing. This allows a women to preserve her fertility at her current age, so she can become a parent when she is ready. Young couples may even choose to freeze embryos instead
Top 10 Most Common Questions Asked When Considering Egg Freezing
  Women are born with all the eggs we will ever have. Over time both the quantity and quality of the remaining eggs lessen, which is why eggs released from younger women are often of better quality and may result in a healthier pregnancy. If you are not yet ready for a family you may want to consider options for fertility preservation. The most common method of fertility preservation is egg freezing. This allows women to preserve their fertility at their current age, so they can become a parent when they are ready.  Young couples may even choose to freeze embryos instead

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