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My friend told me not to freeze my eggs and now I'm childless

Blaming your friend for a decision you took in the past will not solve your problem. Channel your anger into tackling your possibilities for conception The dilemma At the age of 35, I was single and childless, so I considered egg freezing. I found a clinic, sorted out transport and worked out costs. But before I went ahead I spoke to a close friend who strongly warned me against the idea.
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