Women find egg freezing emotionally challenging, DMU research finds

November 2018
De Montfort University Leicester (DMU)
Research by De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) has shown that women who freeze their eggs are more likely to find the procedure emotionally challenging than other fertility patients. A paper recently published in Human Fertility by Dr Kylie Baldwin and Professor Lorraine Culley of the Centre for Reproduction Research at De Montfort University found that women who freeze their eggs find the procedure particularly emotionally challenging often due to the fact that they are undergoing the technology without the support of a partner.

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