I’m in my early 30’s and I would love to become a mum, but my partner is very clear that he’s not ready yet (which is tough in its own way). I’m super mindful of the “ticking clock” and want to take some control and look at freezing my eggs but I have no idea where to is a reliable place to start.
Has anyone been though this? Any advice? What do I google? Who do I go see in London? At the moment it just paid ads with no info!
I completely understand, I am also in my early 30s but do not want to have kids until 35+. However, I also didn’t want to find out there could be potential issues too late. It all seems ALOT and quite overwhelming. I started off with a Fit for Fertility Test, https://www.hcahealthcare.co.uk/our-services/tests/fit-for-fertility, at the Lister Hospital by Chelsea Bridge. This was amazing for giving me some peace of mind and information so I didn’t rush into any decisions along with being able to now make an informed choice.
If you are feeling overwhelmed this might be a good place to start. Good luck x