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Women who would like to have late children but fear loss in fertility can have their embryo freeze during their early age and can use it when they want their children.// The new technology will help women in their active fertility to store their embryo without fear of loosing motherhood. The embryo freezing technique will be very useful for cancer patients who are planning to have chemotherapy drug for treatment as chemotherapy mostly leads to infertility.

Women has become self-dependent and are achieving great heights in their career which has led to late marriages and late child births which has led to fear in women about their fertility and motherhood to overcome this obstacles this new techniques would help in storing the embryo of women and can be used at the time when required. Study has also showed that though fertility rate in women has been reduced to 35 years of age still women prefer late marriages.

This technique has certain disadvantages such as loss of eggs during embryo freezing, loss of water content present in the egg but experts have different methods to overcome these problems.


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