Monday, July 12, 2010

Couples Preserve Fertility for Later Parenthood by Freezing Embryos

Wash. Post: By freezing embryos, couples try to utilize fertility while delaying parenthood, by Gillian E. St. Lawrence:
When we married in 2001, my husband and I thought about having children someday. It was very important to us, though, that we first be financially stable enough to support them and give them plenty of parenting time.

We were aware of our biological clocks -- who isn't? But before we knew it, we'd been happily married for eight years. I was 30, he was 32, and we still were not ready to be parents. Knowing that time was running out, we resigned ourselves to the fact that we probably would not have children. . . .

https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/reproductive_rights/2010/07/couples-delaying-parenthood-by-freezing-embryos.html

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