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Egg freezing to preserve fertility.

The decision to have children deeply influences women's career and life planning, compounded by the challenge of finding a suitable partner.

The main reason women opt for social freezing is due to the "Mating Gap," a term coined by Yale Professor Marcia C. Inhorn. It highlights the disparity between the number of well-educated men and women, leading many women to delay childbearing in search of the right partner.

Furthermore, on average women are 30 years old when they have their first child. Although this aligns with modern life expectancy, fertility starts to decline at this age, complicating the prospects of having more children.