Why Some Women Choose to Freeze Their Eggs: More Than a Career Move, Studies Show

An increasing number of young women are having their eggs frozen in order to “extend” their period of fertility and postpone their childbearing years. In many cases, this has nothing to do with work and professional aspirations; t’s more about the challenges of finding a suitable life partner. Regardless of the reason, fertility preservation through egg freezing is becoming exceedingly popular.

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Deciding Between Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) and In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

Many infertile patients, are erroneously advised by their physicians to first try IUIseveral times before resorting to IVF. Additionally many misguided insurance providers often, purely for economic reasons, require that infertile female enrollees who have at least 1 patent Fallopian tube, first undergo several attempts at IUI before doing IVF.

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