It’s too soon to know all the ways the COVID-19 pandemic reshaped our decisions about life and family, but during the year of uncertainty, many women decided to protect their reproductive future by freezing their eggs. Just a little over a decade ago, egg freezing was considered an experimental procedure. Today, it's a common procedure millions of women choose each year. During the pandemic, the number of women electing to postpone pregnancy by freezing their eggs nearly doubled. Why? And will their choice have a broader impact long term?
Listen as Boston IVF reproductive endocrinologist Dr. Nina Resetkova joins WGBH's Under the Radar podcast to discuss why more women are freezing their eggs.