How Gynecology Visits Change Throughout Your Life

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What about single women who want kids?

Dr. Gray emphasizes that as a physician, there is no judgment. But she wants to be clear on what her patients want, and help them understand their options. If they’re in their 30s and want kids, she asks “Are they married? No? If you don’t know if you’ll have a mate, let’s discuss the preservation of the eggs, which is not as expensive as we think it is. It could be a viable option for a lot of women out there… Some women say ‘My grandma got pregnant at 45.’ Okay, but how many women really get pregnant at 45?” Being aware of the real statistics is important, says Dr. Gray.

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