Dr. Alan B. Copperman explains to ELLE magazine what the egg freezing effect is and how this decision impacts womens’ dating lifestyles
Chrissy Albice may be 43 years old, but her eggs—at least a stash of them she froze six years ago—are a mere 37. It's a fact she deliberately works into first-date conversations when the topic turns to kids. "I tell everyone I want kids and that I froze my eggs. I'm like, 'Don't count me out because of my age. I'm still in the game,'" says Albice, a former television host from Los Angeles who owns an online clothing boutique. "I know it's on guys' minds."
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