Here’s the secret to postponing motherhood successfully. Have part of your ovary removed and frozen in your teen years, so that you can have fresh (so to speak) eggs when you’re old. It’s so simple!
Dr Sherman Silber told the American Society for Reproductive Medicine meeting in Denver a woman could freeze her ovary at 19 to use when she was 40.
Dr Silber, who says the procedure would work better than egg freezing, did the first full ovary transplant in 2007.
But UK experts warned ovary freezing had not been sufficiently tested.
No sh*it, Sherlock. (Pardon my French.) Think there might be some slight problem with this “solution” to what isn’t a problem? Having trouble conceiving in your 40s in not abnormal, people. Get a grip!