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
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