Coping With a Ticking Clock When You're Single By Sonja Kristiansen, MD on January 28, 2009

As I was exploring the Internet for fertility-related news the other day, I came up with this link to a psychologist's thoughts on single women and their biological clocks.

In "Tick-tock goes your biological clock" on, Dr. Paulette Kouffman Sherman makes some insightful comments on how single women might approach their natural drive to have a baby. I was frankly surprised to see that she included egg freezing as one of the alternatives to quickly tracking down a mate. Apparently, word is really getting out beyond the infertility world that we have turned a bend in family planning.

If you're single and wondering about whether fertility treatments might be your answer to quiet a clanging clock, please feel free to inquire. Don't lose precious time simply by failing to educate yourself.

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