Women Who Want a Baby Later Are Freezing Their Eggs Now

Melissa Brooks hears her biological clock ticking very loudly. So the 38-year-old divorcee from Dallas decided to fly to Denver to harvest her eggs in hopes of saving them to have children later in life. "I want to be able to have a biological child with the man that I marry," Brooks said. Brooks is part of a growing trend of women freezing their eggs before the quality of the eggs declines, according to Dr. William Schoolcraft, the director of the Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine in...Full Story
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