All women are familiar with the term “biological clock”. It’s one of the cruelest and most dehumanizing phrases you can say to a woman. As time goes on, a woman’s reproductive capabilities diminish. The biological clock ticks down to the time when a woman can no longer bare children due to age.
Although feminism is still a movement with aims and vision, many of its major goals have been accomplished. Women now have more freedom to pursue the life of their dreams than ever before.
So today’s modern women are faced with an incredibly difficult choice: pursue a career they love, or focus on planning and raising a family.
Unfortunately, it’s not easy to have it both ways because building a career takes an incredible amount of time at first. Having a child does too. These two choices cannot exist in harmony together.
This has led to the rise of the regretful woman. Either she focuses on her career and neglects her family goals, or she focuses on her family and neglects her career.
Fortunately, thanks to the miracle of modern medicine, women no longer need to choose one or the other.
Egg Freezing Is The Third Option
Newcastle career women are relieved to hear that there’s now a third option on the table. Choose career or family, or choose to freeze your eggs while you’re young, and preserve them until you’re ready to start your family.
It truly is the best of both worlds. Even if your goal is to focus on family first, there’s no guarantee you can do it while your eggs are at their healthiest point.
By freezing eggs at that point, you can ensure you have the best odds of having a healthy baby. And you can go all-in on your career without worrying about missing out on the chance to raise children.
Many men choose to wait until their 30s-40s to start families – by this point they have their career in full-swing and are more financially stable than they’ve ever been.
Thanks to egg freezing, it’s now possible for women to make this choice if they see fit.
Who Is Egg Freezing For?
Egg freezing is mainly done on women ages 24-40. Now, at this time egg freezing is relatively new. And as such, it’s expensive. That being said, costs are plummeting as more and more women are looking to freeze their eggs. In the near future, it will be affordable for the vast majority of women who wish to do it.
Egg freezing is for you if you’re unsure of when you’d like to start a family, but you know you do want one. It allows you to have peace of mind that your eggs are at their healthiest point, and you can continue working as hard as you need to work.
As soon as you’re ready to focus on family, your eggs will still be very fresh, and you’ll have the best odds possible at having a healthy baby.
If you’re interested in egg freezing, speak to Dr. John Bailey and receive the best advice suited to your needs.