Ten-year egg freeze limit 'not sufficient'
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Decade-long egg freeze limit 'not sufficient'

A woman who froze her eggs to give her more time to find the right partner is calling for the government to increase the 10-year limit on how long they can be stored.

Claire Fenelon from York was living and working in London in 2008 when she decided to freeze her eggs at a clinic at the age of 39.

She had a baby boy using one of her frozen eggs and a sperm donor when she was 47, but she now must decide whether to try to get pregnant again or let them be destroyed.

  • 15 Aug 2018
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