Single women are paying thousands to freeze their eggs – but at what cost?

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One cycle means paying up to £8,000 and the birth rate is just 18%. Despite this, women are increasingly choosing this route

Growing numbers of women are choosing to freeze their eggs because they haven’t found the right partner yet – but with the odds of conception so low, is it a waste of money?

Egg freezing is a method of preserving a woman’s fertility so she can try to have children at a later date. It involves collecting her eggs, freezing them and thawing them later so they can be used in treatment. .

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