Women are opting to bank their healthy eggs not just for medical reasons, but social ones as well. But clearer guidelines are needed, say experts
Forty may be the new 16, Sridevi may be the new Priyanka, but time is unforgiving for women. Come 40, your eggs will dry up. That tick-tock of the biological clock sounds much closer, shriller. But modern medicine has changed the rules of the game.