By Pam Masin
More women are doing it. Some companies are paying for it. Just make sure you have all the facts before putting your eggs on ice.
By Sarah Z. Wexler
Let’s get this out of the way: Freezing your eggs will be a serious drain on your bank account. While a few employers, Facebook and Apple among them, are starting to help cover the bill, it’s still a steep buy-in for most women. But with the egg-freezing process becoming more effective, the investment may be a sound one if you need to delay childbearing for work, relationship, or health reasons. Want to know more? Good for you. “Most patients don’t ask a lot of questions before starting the process,” says Elizabeth Barbieri, MD, a specialist in reproductive endocrinology and infertility at Like Us On Facebook |
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