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Egg Freezing in Singapore: How Much It Costs & What You Should Know
By Seedly  •  April 29, 2022
Growing up, I’ve always wondered what life would be like if I marry and start a family at a later stage, say in my 40s. This, coupled with personal reasons, has led me to wonder if I would have difficulty conceiving because it’s been proven scientifically that the quality of eggs will reduce as women age. Thankfully, the Singapore Government has announced that from 2023, elective or social egg freezing will be allowed for women aged 21 to 35 years, for non-medical reasons. This is regardless of marital status. Source: Giphy This is a symbolic and welcomed move towards recognising that some women wish to preserve fertility because of their personal circumstances. This enables ladies to avoid the issue of declining egg quality which is a common problem faced by women as they grow older. The main benefit of egg freezing is that it preserves fertility as the...
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By Seedly
Launched in 2016, Seedly helps users make smarter financial decisions with its budgeting app which allows its 40,000 users to sync up their financial accounts and better manage their cash-flow. Last year, we introduced a new community feature which allows users to crowdsource knowledge from peers before making a financial decision.

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