Eggs Unscrambled : Making Sense of Egg Freezing, Fertility, and the Truth about Your Reproductive Years
Overview - Everything you need to know about egg freezing . . . because your most productive years coincide with your most re productive years.
“I have plenty of time to think about having kids . . .”
“I’ve always liked the idea of having kids, but I never met the right partner . Read more...
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More About Eggs Unscrambled by Agnes Fischer
Everything you need to know about egg freezing . . . because your most productive years coincide with your most reproductive years.“I have plenty of time to think about having kids . . .” “I’ve always liked the idea of having kids, but I never met the right partner . . . ” “Can’t I freeze my eggs later . . . ?” Sound familiar? Eggs Unscrambled
is the girlfriend’s guide to everything you need to know about your reproductive options, especially the groundbreaking technology that has revolutionized the modern woman’s life: oocyte cryopreservation. With the help of NYU Langone Fertility Center’s Dr. Nicole Noyes and Dr. Sarah Druckenmiller, Fischer debunks common misconceptions about fertility, offers no-nonsense details of the egg freezing process, and lays out a real plan to help you make important life-changing decisions in an informed way. THE TRUTH:
—The number of eggs in a woman’s ovaries peaks while she is still in the womb, and it is all downhill from there!
—Women only spend about twelve minutes every year talking to their gynecologists.
—Men have a biological clock, too. THE LIES:
—Getting pregnant is easy.
—Prince Charming will come, one day.
—You have all the time in the world—even into your forties—to get pregnant. THE ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS:
—At what age should you start considering egg freezing?
—Are you willing to be a single mom?
—Can you afford the expensive procedure?
This item is Non-Returnable.
- ISBN: 9781682450666
- Publisher: Regan Arts.
- Imprint: Regan Arts.
- Date: Apr 2017
- Seller Statement: Sold by Simon and Schuster