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作者: qingchengshan    时间: 2009-2-19 08:02     标题: 【整理】2009-02-19&02-21 晚育,与时间的较量?

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 Beating biological clock


Many women are turning to a controversial procedure to help them have children later in life



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【整理人】skyRo

 

"...how urgent, she’s like, I knew nothing…"

 

On a weekly health and fitness radio show, Monica Adams talks to women about everything from spa treatments to sex.

 

"... talk about facials, I had caviar facial." But her fast-paced career includes three other jobs: a personal trainer, wellness advocate and morning traffic reporter.

 

"Well, For the most part, you are gonna get there on all highways but 70."

 

"Even though I love my career, that’s been the downfall."

 

Because at the age 37, she’s still single, but ready to have a baby. "Ideally, I would like to have two.”

 

As one of a growing number of women waiting until their mid-to-late 30s to have children, Monica decided to find out what her chances are of conceiving.

 

"You are losing eggs, a thousand a month or about 13,000 a year."

 

Doctor Sherman Silber runs the infertility clinic of St. Louis where he specializes in freezing women’s eggs.

 

"The slam-dunk thing to do is just to freeze your eggs and nothing twice about it."

 

The latest science called “vitrification” allows extracted eggs to freeze much faster which Dr. Silber says improves their quality considerably.

 

"There’s absolutely no difference. So we could freeze a 20-year-old’s eggs and twenty years later we could thaw them, do IVF with them and she has a pregnancy rate of a 20-year-old. "

 

But the procedure is not without controversy. The American Society for Reproductive Medicine still considers egg freezing an experimental procedure because of limited research.

 

"For that reason, it doesn’t feel that it should be offered or marketed to healthy young women as a means to avoid the consequences of advancing age.”

 

The society does support egg-freezing in cases where it’s medically necessary.

 

"It’s the ultimate gift of life."

 

Diagnosed with breast cancer last year at the age of 20, Melita Ramic ran the risk of becoming infertile from her chemotherapy treatments. When her cancer spread, she needed her ovaries removed to help her survive.

 

"So now it is about to expose the other ovary and fallopian tube."

 

"I might not plan to have kids right at this point of my life. But you have to take into consideration your future partner."

 

Today at least sixty healthy babies have been born in the U.S. using the updated egg-freezing technology. Critics consider that number too low to guarantee success and encourage extensive counseling before women decide to freeze their eggs.

 

Jamie Colby, Fox News.
 
整理笔记:
 
facial: A treatment for the face, usually consisting of a massage and the application of cosmetic creams
 
caviar facial: 鱼子酱面部护理
 
slam-dunk thing: 铁定的事,板上钉钉的事
 
vitrification: 玻璃化,透明化
 
IVF: In Vitro Fertilization, 试管婴儿
 
chemotherapy treatment: 化疗
 
ovary: 卵巢
 
fallopian tube: 输卵管
[ 本帖最后由 skyRo 于 2009-3-4 15:32 编辑 ]
作者: jessicahdc    时间: 2009-2-19 09:08

 

 

HW

On a weekly health and fitness radio show, Monica Adams talks to women about everything, from spot treatment to sex. “I had caviar facial.” But her fast-pace career includes three other jobs: a personal trainer, wildness advocate and morning traffic reporter.

 

“For the most part, you are gonna get there on high way about 17.”

“Even though I love my career, that’s been the downfall. Because at age 37, she’s still single, but ready to have a baby.”

 

“Ideally, I’d like to have two.”

 

As one of a growing number of women waiting until their mid-till-late 30s to have children, Monica decided to find out what chances are of conceiving.

 

“You are losing your eggs a thousand a month or about 13,000 a year.”

 

Doctor Sherman Silber runs the infertility clinic of St. Louis where he specializes in freezing women’s eggs.

 

“The slam dunk thing to do is just to freeze your eggs and nothing twice about it.”

 

 

This latest science called “vitrification” allows extracted eggs to freeze much faster which doctor Silber says improves their quality considerably.

 

There’s actually no difference. So we could freeze a 20-year-old’s eggs and twenty years later we can fall them, do IVF for them and she never pregenant with eggs of a 20-year-old.

 

But the procedure is not without controversy. The American Society for Reproductive Medicine still considers egg freezing an experimental procedure because of limited research.

 

For that reason, it doesn’t feel that it should be offered or marketed to help the young women as a means to avoid the consequences of advancing age.

 

The society does support egg-freezing in cases where it’s medically necessary.

 

“It’s the ultimate gift of life.”

 

Diagnosed with breast cancer last year at the age of 20, Molida Ramic ran the risk of becoming infertile from her chemotherapy treatment. When her cancer spread, she needed her ovaries removed to help her survive.

 

“I was about to expose the other ovary and flop into.”

 

“I might not plan to have kids right at this point of my life, but you have to take into consideration your future partner.”

 

Today at least 60 healthy babies have been born in the U.S. using the updated egg-freezing technology. Critics consider that number too low to guarantee success and encourage extensive counseling before women decide to freeze their eggs.

 

Jamie Colby  FOX NEWS.

 


作者: 比利猫    时间: 2009-2-19 09:48     标题: HW

Halogen, she’s like, I knew nothing…. On a weekly health and fitness radio show, Monica Adams talks to women about everything from spa treatments to sex. Talk about facial, I had a caviar facial. But her fast pace career includes three other jobs, a personal trainer, wellness African and morning traffic reporter. Well, for the most part, you’re gonna get there on all highways…. Even though I love my career, that’s been the down fall. Because it aged 37, she is still single but ready to have a baby. I / I would have to.

 

As one of a growing number of women waiting untile their late thirties to have children, Monica decided to find out one of chances are of conceiving.

 

They’re losing eggs, a thousand a month, about thirteen thousand a year. Doctor Sherman Silber runs the infantility clinic of St. Louis where he specilizes in freezing women’s eggs. The slam dunk thing to do, is just to freeze your eggs nothing twice about it.

 

The latest science called vitrification allows extracted eggs to freeze much faster, which Doctor Silber says improves their quality considerably. There’s absolutly no difference, so we could freeze a 20-year old’s eggs and 20 years later, we could thorn them, do / and she has a preganancy right of 20-year old.

 

But the procedure is not without controversy, the American society for reproducting medicine still considers egg-freezing an experimental procedure, because of limited research. For that reason, it doesn’t feel it should be offered or marketed to healthy young women as a means to avoid the consequences at the / age.

 

The society does support egg-freezing in cases where it’s medically necessary. It’s the ultimate gift of life. Diagnose with breast cancer last year, the age of 20, Melita Ramic ran the risk of becoming / from her / theropy treaments where the cancer spreads. She needed an overage remove to help her survive.

 

/ about expose the other overage and / too. I might not plan to have kids at this point of my life. But you have to take into consideration, your future parter. To date at least 60 healthy babies have been borned in U.S using the updated egg-freezing technology. Critics consider that number, too low to guarantee success and encourage extensive conciling before women decide to freeze their eggs. Jammy Kobe, Fox News.


作者: kimiyeah    时间: 2009-2-19 10:25

on jessicahdc

 

On a weekly health and fitness radio show, Monica Adams talks to women about everything, from spot treatment to sex. “I had caviar facial.”

But her fast-pace career includes three other jobs: a personal trainer, wildness advocate and morning traffic reporter.

 

"For the most part, you are gonna get there on high way about 17.” “Even though I love my career, that’s been the downfall. Because at age 37, she’s still single, but ready to have a baby.” “Ideally, I’d like to have two.”

 

As one of a growing number of women waiting until their mid-till-late 30s to have children, Monica decided to find out what chances are of conceiving. “You are losing your eggs a thousand a month or about 13,000 a year.” Doctor Sherman Silber runs the infertility clinic of St. Louis where he specializes in freezing women’s eggs. “The slam dunk thing to do is just to freeze your eggs and nothing twice about it.” This latest science called “vitrification” allows extracted eggs to freeze much faster which doctor Silber says improves their quality considerably.

 

"There’s absolutely no difference. So we could freeze a 20-year-old’s eggs and twenty years later we could fall them, do IVF with them and she can have pregnancy with eggs of a 20-year-old. "

 

But the procedure is not without controversy. The American Society for Reproductive Medicine still considers egg freezing an experimental procedure because of limited research. For that reason, it doesn’t feel that it should be offered or marketed to help the young women as a means to avoid the consequences of advancing age. The society does support egg-freezing in cases where it’s medically necessary.

 

"It’s the ultimate gift of life.”

 

Diagnosed with breast cancer last year at the age of 20, Molida Ramic ran the risk of becoming infertile from her chemotherapy treatment. When her cancer spread, she needed her ovaries removed to help her survive. “I was about to expose the other ovary and flop into.” “I might not plan to have kids right at this point of my life, but you have to take into consideration your future partner.” Today at least 60 healthy babies have been born in the U.S. using the updated egg-freezing technology. Critics consider that number too low to guarantee success and encourage extensive counseling before women decide to freeze their eggs.

 

Jamie Colby FOX NEWS.


作者: cooogo    时间: 2009-2-19 11:10     标题: On kimiyeah

"Intelligence, she is like, I knew another.."

On a weekly health and fitness radio show, Monica Adams talks to women about everything, from spa treatment to sex. "Talk about facials"“I had caviar facial.”

But her fast-pace career includes three other jobs: a personal trainer, wildness advocate and morning traffic reporter.

 

"For the most part, you are gonna get there on high way about 17.” “Even though I love my career, that’s been the downfall. Because at age 37, she’s still single, but ready to have a baby.” “Ideally, I’d like to have two.”

 

As one of a growing number of women waiting until their mid-till-late 30s to have children, Monica decided to find out what chances are of conceiving. “If you are losing your eggs a thousand a month or about 13,000 a year.” Doctor Sherman Silber runs the infertility clinic of St. Louis where he specializes in freezing women’s eggs. “The slam dunk thing to do is just to freeze your eggs and nothing twice about it.” But latest science called “vitrification” allows extracted eggs to freeze much faster which doctor Silber says improves their quality considerably.

 

"There’s absolutely no difference. So we could freeze a 20-year-old’s eggs and twenty years later we could fall them, do IVF with them and she ever pregnants with eggs of a 20-year-old. "

 

But the procedure is not without controversy. The American Society for Reproductive Medicine still considers egg freezing an experimental procedure because of limited research. For that reason, it doesn’t feel that it should be offered or marketed to help the young women as a means to avoid the consequences of advancing age. The society does support egg-freezing in cases where it’s medically necessary.

 

"It’s the ultimate gift of life.”

 

Diagnosed with breast cancer last year at the age of 20, Molida Ramic ran a risk of becoming infertile from her chemotherapy treatment. When her cancer spread, she needed her ovaries removed to help her survive. “I was about to expose the other ovary and flop into.” “I might not plan to have kids right at this point of my life, but you have to take into consideration your future partner.” Today at least 60 healthy babies have been born in the U.S. using the updated egg-freezing technology. Critics consider that number too low to guarantee success and encourage extensive counseling before women decide to freeze their eggs.

 

Jamie Colby FOX NEWS.

[ 本帖最后由 cooogo 于 2009-2-19 11:13 编辑 ]
作者: terri200804    时间: 2009-2-19 11:47

hw

 

 On a weekly health and fitness radio show, Monica Adams talks to women about everything, from spot treatment to sex. “I had caviar facial.” But her fast-pace career includes three other jobs: a personal trainer, wildness advocate and morning traffic reporter. "For the most part, you are gonna get there on high way about 17.” “Even though I love my career, that’s been the downfall. Because at age 37, she’s still single, but ready to have a baby.” “Ideally, I’d like to have two.” As one of a growing number of women waiting until their mid-till-late 30s to have children, Monica decided to find out what chances are of conceiving.

“You are losing your eggs a thousand a month or about 13,000 a year.” Doctor Sherman Silber runs the infertility clinic of St. Louis where he specializes in freezing women’s eggs. “The slam dunk thing to do is just to freeze your eggs and nothing twice about it.”

This latest science called “vitrification” allows extracted eggs to freeze much faster which doctor Silber says improves their quality considerably. "There’s actually no difference. So we could freeze a 20-year-old’s eggs and twenty years later we could thaw them, do IVF with them and she can have pregnancy with eggs of a 20-year-old. " But the procedure is not without controversy.

The American Society for Reproductive Medicine still considers egg freezing an erimental procedure because of limited research. For that reason, it doesn’t feel that it should be offered or marketed to help the young women as a means to avoid the consequences of advancing age.

The society does support egg-freezing in cases where it’s medically necessary. "It’s the ultimate gift of life.”

Diagnosed with breast cancer last year at the age of 20, Molida Ramic ran the risk of becoming infertile from her chemotherapy treatment. When her cancer spread, she needed her ovaries removed to help her survive. “I was about to expose the other ovary and flop into.”

“I might not plan to have kids right at this point of my life, but you have to take into consideration your future partner.”

Today at least 60 healthy babies have been born in the U.S. using the updated egg-freezing technology. Critics consider that number too low to guarantee success and encourage extensive counseling before women decide to freeze their eggs.

Jamie Colby FOX NEWS.

[ 本帖最后由 skyRo 于 2009-3-2 11:09 编辑 ]
作者: 寵唲    时间: 2009-2-19 12:28

ON  cooogo

 

"Intelligence, she is like, I knew another.."

 

On a weekly health and fitness radio show, Monica Adams talks to women about everything, from spa treatment to sex.

 

"Talk about facials"“I had caviar facial.”

 

But her fast-pace career includes three other jobs: a personal trainer, wildness advocate and morning traffic reporter.

 

"Well, For the most part, you are gonna get there on all high way but 70.” “Even though I love my career, that’s been the downfall.

 

Because at age 37, she’s still single, but ready to have a baby.”

“Ideally, I’d like to have two.”

 

As one of a growing number of women waiting until their mid-till-late 30s to have children, Monica decided to find out what chances are of conceiving.

 

“If you are losing / eggs a thousand a month or about 13,000 a year.” Doctor Sherman Silber runs the infertility clinic of St. Louis where he specializes in freezing women’s eggs.

 

“The slam dunk thing to do is just to freeze your eggs and nothing twice about it.”

 

The latest science called “vitrification” allows extracted eggs to freeze much faster which doctor Silber says improves their quality considerably.

 

"There’s absolutely no difference. So we could freeze a 20-year-old’s eggs and twenty years later we could thaw them, do IVF with them when she have pregnancy with eggs of a 20-year-old. "

But the procedure is not without controversy. The American Society for Reproductive Medicine still considers egg freezing an experimental procedure because of limited research.

 

For that reason, it doesn’t feel that it should be offered or marketed to help the young women as a means to avoid the consequences of advancing age.

 

 The society does support egg-freezing in cases where it’s medically necessary.

 

 "It’s the ultimate gift of life.”

 

Diagnosed with breast cancer last year at the age of 20, Molida Ramic ran a risk of becoming infertile from her chemotherapy treatment. When her cancer spread, she needed her ovaries removed to help her survive.

“I was about to expose the other ovary and flop into.”

“I might not plan to have kids right at this point of my life, but you have to take into consideration your future partner.”

 

Today at least 60 healthy babies have been born in the U.S. using the updated egg-freezing technology. Critics consider that number too low to guarantee success and encourage extensive counseling before women decide to freeze their eggs.

 

Jamie Colby FOX NEWS.


作者: ktdid    时间: 2009-2-19 12:52

没听。。看出个词来。。fallopian tube。。木办法。。生理卫生学的好啊。。俺这算灌水么?
作者: ferrerosyx    时间: 2009-2-19 13:44

on 寵唲

 

"Intelligence, she is like, I knew nothing…"

 

On a weekly health and fitness radio show, Monica Adams talks to women about everything, from spa treatment to sex.

 

"Talk about facials" “I had caviar facial.”

 

But her fast-pace career includes three other jobs: a personal trainer, wildness advocate and morning traffic reporter.

 

"Well, For the most part, you are gonna get there on all high way but 70.” “Even though I love my career, that’s been the downfall.

 

Because at age 37, she’s still single, but ready to have a baby.”

“Ideally, I’d like to have two.”

 

As one of a growing number of women waiting until their mid-till-late 30s to have children, Monica decided to find out what chances are of conceiving.

 

You are losing eggs--a thousand a month or about 13,000 a year.” Doctor Sherman Silber runs the infertility clinic of St. Louis where he specializes in freezing women’s eggs.

 

“The slam dunk thing to do is just to freeze your eggs and nothing twice about it.”

 

The latest science called “vitrification” allows extracted eggs to freeze much faster which doctor Silber says improves their quality considerably.

 

"There’s absolutely no difference. So we could freeze a 20-year-old’s eggs and twenty years later we could thaw them, do IVF(in vitro fertilization试管受精) with them and she has a pregnancy rate of a 20-year-old. "

 

But the procedure is not without controversy. The American Society for Reproductive Medicine still considers egg freezing an experimental procedure because of limited research.

 

“For that reason, it doesn’t feel that it should be offered or marketed to help the young women as a means to avoid the consequences of advancing age.”

 

 The society does support egg-freezing in cases where it’s medically necessary.

 

 "It’s the ultimate gift of life.”

 

Diagnosed with breast cancer last year at the age of 20, Molida Ramic ran a risk of becoming infertile from her chemotherapy treatments. When her cancer spread, she needed her ovaries removed to help her survive.

 

“I was about to expose the other ovary and fallopian tube(谢楼上).”

 

“I might not plan to have kids right at this point of my life. But you have to take into consideration your future partner.”

 

Today at least 60 healthy babies have been born in the U.S. using the updated egg-freezing technology. Critics consider that number too low to guarantee success and encourage extensive counseling before women decide to freeze their eggs.

 

Jamie Colby FOX NEWS. [ 本帖最后由 ferrerosyx 于 2009-2-19 13:50 编辑 ]
作者: kittymaria    时间: 2009-2-19 13:50     标题: hw

Halogen, she’s like, I knew nothing…. On a weekly health and fitness radio show, Monica Adams talks to women about everything from spa treatments to sex. Talk about facial, I had a caviar facial. But her fast pace career includes three other jobs, a personal trainer, wellness African and morning traffic reporter. Well, for the most part, you’re gonna get there on all highways…11:30. Even though I love my career, that’s been the downfall. Because in aged 37, she is still single but ready to have a baby. Ideally, I would like to have two.

 

As one of a growing number of women waiting until their late thirties to have children, Monica decided to find out one of chances are of conceiving.

 

You’re losing eggs, a thousand a month, about thirteen thousand a year. Doctor Sherman Silber runs the infertility clinic of St. Louis where he specializes in freezing women’s eggs. The slam dunk thing to do, is just to freeze your eggs nothing twice about it.

 

The latest science called vitrification allows extracted eggs to freeze much faster, which Doctor Silber says improves their quality considerably. There’s absolutely no difference, so we could freeze a 20-year old’s eggs and 20 years later, we could thorn them, do IVF  (in-vitro fertilization, 试管受精)of them and she has a pregnancy right of 20-year old.

 

But the procedure is not without controversy, the American society for reproductive medicine still considers egg-freezing an experimental procedure, because of limited research. For that reason, it doesn’t feel it should be offered or marketed to healthy young women as a means to avoid the consequences at advancing age.

 

The society does support egg-freezing in cases where it’s medically necessary. It’s the ultimate gift of life. Diagnose with breast cancer last year, the age of 20, Melita Ramic ran the risk of becoming infertile from her kimo therapy treatments where the cancer spreads. She needed an overage remove to help her survive.

 

/ about expose the other overage and / too. I might not clever to have kids at this point of my life. But you have to take into consideration, your future partner. To date at least 60 healthy babies have been born in U.S using the updated egg-freezing technology. Critics consider that number, too low to guarantee success and encourage extensive counseling before women decide to freeze their eggs. Jimmy Kobe, Fox News.

 

[ 本帖最后由 skyRo 于 2009-3-2 11:15 编辑 ]
作者: kittymaria    时间: 2009-2-19 14:06     标题: on Ferrerosyx

 

"telligence(听到的就是这个, she’s like, I knew nothing…"

 

On a weekly health and fitness radio show, Monica Adams talks to women about everything, from spa treatments to sex.

 

"Talk about facials" “I had caviar facial鱼子精华面膜.”

 

But her fast-pace career includes three other jobs: a personal trainer, wildness advocate and morning traffic reporter.

 

"Well, For the most part, you are gonna get there on all high way but 70.” “Even though I love my career, that’s been the downfall.

 

Because at age 37, she’s still single, but ready to have a baby.”

“Ideally, I’d like to have two.”

 

As one of a growing number of women waiting until their mid-till-late 30s to have children, Monica decided to find out what chances are of conceiving.

 

“You are losing eggs--a thousand a month or about 13,000 a year.” Doctor Sherman Silber runs the infertility clinic of St. Louis where he specializes in freezing women’s eggs.

 

“The slam dunk thing to do is just to freeze your eggs and nothing twice about it.”

 

The latest science called “vitrification” allows extracted eggs to freeze much faster which doctor Silber says improves their quality considerably.

 

"There’s absolutely no difference. So we could freeze a 20-year-old’s eggs and twenty years later we could thaw them, do IVF(in vitro fertilization试管受精) with them and she has a pregnancy rate of a 20-year-old. "

 

But the procedure is not without controversy. The American Society for Reproductive Medicine still considers egg freezing an experimental procedure because of limited research.

 

“For that reason, it doesn’t feel that it should be offered or marketed to help the young women as a means to avoid the consequences of advancing age.”

 

 The society does support egg-freezing in cases where it’s medically necessary.

 

 "It’s the ultimate gift of life.”

 

Diagnosed with breast cancer last year at the age of 20, Molida Ramic ran a risk of becoming infertile from her chemotherapy treatments. When her cancer spread, she needed her ovaries removed to help her survive.

 

“I was about to expose the other ovary and fallopian tube.”

 

“I might not clever to have kids right at this point of my life. But you have to take into consideration your future partner.”

 

Today at least 60 healthy babies have been born in the U.S. using the updated egg-freezing technology. Critics consider that number too low to guarantee success and encourage extensive counseling before women decide to freeze their eggs.

 

Jamie Colby FOX NEWS


作者: nancyyu    时间: 2009-2-19 18:18     标题: hi

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作者: gagongjoy    时间: 2009-2-19 20:56

"telligence, she’s like, I knew nothing…"

 

On a weekly health and fitness radio show, Monica Adams talks to women about everything, from spa treatments to sex.

 

"Talk about facials" “I had caviar facial.”

 

But her fast-pace career includes three other jobs: a personal trainer, wildness advocate and morning traffic reporter.

 

"Well, For the most part, you are gonna get there on all high way but 70.” “Even though I love my career, that’s been the downfall.

 

Because at age 37, she’s still single, but ready to have a baby.”

“Ideally, I’d like to have two.”

 

As one of a growing number of women waiting until their mid-till-late 30s to have children, Monica decided to find out what chances are of conceiving.

 

“You are losing eggs--a thousand a month or about 13,000 a year.” Doctor Sherman Silber runs the infertility clinic of St. Louis where he specializes in freezing women’s eggs.

 

“The slam dunk thing to do is just to freeze your eggs and nothing twice about it.”

 

The latest science called “vitrification” allows extracted eggs to freeze much faster which doctor Silber says improves their quality considerably.

 

"There’s absolutely no difference. So we could freeze a 20-year-old’s eggs and twenty years later we could thaw them, do IVF(in vitro fertilization) with them and she has a pregnancy rate of a 20-year-old. "

 

But the procedure is not without controversy. The American Society for Reproductive Medicine still considers egg freezing an experimental procedure because of limited research.

 

“For that reason, it doesn’t feel that it should be offered or marketed to help the young women as a means to avoid the consequences of advancing age.”

 

 The society does support egg-freezing in cases where it’s medically necessary.

 

 "It’s the ultimate gift of life.”

 

Diagnosed with breast cancer last year at the age of 20, Molida Ramic ran a risk of becoming infertile from her chemotherapy treatments. When her cancer spread, she needed her ovaries removed to help her survive.

 

“I was about to expose the other ovary and fallopian tube.”

 

“I might not clever to have kids right at this point of my life. But you have to take into consideration your future partner.”

 

Today at least 60 healthy babies have been born in the U.S. using the updated egg-freezing technology. Critics consider that number too low to guarantee success and encourage extensive counseling before women decide to freeze their eggs.

 

Jamie Colby FOX NEWS


作者: allantam    时间: 2009-2-19 22:19     标题: HW

On a weekly health and fitness show, Monica Adams talks to women about anything, from spot treatment to sex.

But her fast-paced career include 3 other jobs: a personal trainer,wildness advocate  ,and morning traffic reporter.

Even though I love my career, that's been the down fall.Because of the age 37, she is still single, but ready to have a baby. Idealy I would have to.

As one of the growing number of women waiting until their late 30 to have children, Monica decide to find out what chances are of conceiving.

You are losing thounds a month or 30,000 a year.Dr shamber Silbar runs the infortuitive Clinic at S.T Lewist, where he specilizes in freezing women's eggs.

The slam dunk thing to do is just to freeze your eggs and nothing twice about it.The lastest science called            ,allows  streaded eggs to freeze much faster which D.r shamber says improve their quality considerablely.

That's absolutely no difference. So we could freeze a 20-year-old’s eggs and twenty years later we could thaw them, do IVF with them and she has a pregnancy rate of a 20-year-old. "


But the procedure is not without contravocy.The American society for reproductive medicine still considers eggs freezing an experiental procedure because of limited research.For that reasons, it doesn't feel it should be offered and marketed to help the young woman avoid the consequences of the advancing age.

It’s the ultimate gift of life.Diagnosed with breast cancer last year at the age of 20, Molida Ramic ran a risk of becoming infertile from her chemotherapy treatments. When her cancer spread, she needed her ovaries removed to help her survive.

 “I was about to expose the other ovary and fallopian tube.”

“I might not clever to have kids right at this point of my life. But you have to take into consideration your future partner.”

 Today at least 60 healthy babies have been born in the U.S. using the updated egg-freezing technology. Critics consider that number too low to guarantee success and encourage extensive counseling before women decide to freeze their eggs.

 Jamie Colby FOX NEWS


作者: Runenblaze    时间: 2009-2-20 14:38     标题: homework

On the weekly Health Fitness radio show Monica Adams talks to the women about everything from spa treatment to sex. But her fast-pace career includes three other jobs: A personal trainer, wildness advocate and morning traffic reporter.

 

Well for the most part, you are gonna get there on all high way about 17."Even though, I love my career. Thats been the downfall. Because at age 37, she is still single and ready to have a baby. Ideally I would like to have two."

 

As one of a growing number of women, waiting their mid-till-late 30s to have children, Monica decided to find out what chances are of conceiving.

 

If you are losing eggs a thousands of month or about 13,000 a years.Dr.Sherman Silber runs an infertility clinic of Saint. Louise was specialized in freezing women's eggs.

 

The slam dunk thing to do is just freeze your eggs, nothing twice about it.

 

But latest science called vitrification allows the extracted the eggs to freeze much faster which Dr.Silber says improves their quality considerably.

 

There is absolutely no difference. So we can freeze 20-year-olds eggs and 20 years later we could fall them do IVF with them and she ever pregnant with eggs of a 20-year-old.

 

But the procedure is not without controversy. The American Society for Reproductive Medicine still considers egg freezing is an experimental procedure because of limited research. For that reason it doesn't feel that it should be offered or marketed to help young women as a means avoid consequences of advancing age The society does support egg-freezing in cases where its medically necessary.

 

Its the ultimate gift of life

 

Diagnosed with breast cancer last year at the age of 20, Molida Ramic ran a risk of becoming infertile from her chemotherapy treatment. When her cancer spread, she needed ovaries remove to help her survive.

 

So I was about to expose the other ovary and flop into. I might not plan to have kids rights at this point of my life, but you have to take into consideration your future partner.

 

Today at least 60 healthy babies have born in the U.S using the updated egg-freezing technology. Critics consider that number too low to the guarantee success and encourage extensive counseling before women decide to freeze their eggs    

  

  

 

 


作者: Frannie118    时间: 2009-2-20 16:04     标题: homework

homework On a weekly health and fitness radio show, Monica Adams talks to woman about everything, from spa treatments to sex. “…talk about facials, I had a caviar facial.” But her fast pace career includes three other jobs: a personal trainer, wellness advocate and morning traffic reporter. “Well, for the most part, you are gonna get there on all highways less than 70.” “Even though I love my career, that’s been the downfall.” Because at the age of 37, she is still single, but ready to have a baby. “Ideally, I’d like to have two.” As one of a growing number of women waiting until they are mid till late thirties to have children, Monica decided to find out what of chances are of receiving. “You are losing eggs, a thousand a month or about 13000 a year.” Doctor Sherman Siler runs the infertility clinic of St. Louis where he specializes in freezing women’s eggs. “The slam dunk thing to do is just to freeze your eggs and nothing twice about it.” The latest science called vitrification allows extracted eggs to freeze much faster which doctor Silber says improves their quality considerably. “There’s actually no difference. So we could freeze a twenty-year-old’s eggs in twenty years later, we could thaw them, do IVF with them and she can have a pregnant rate of a twenty-year-old.” But the procedure is not without controversy. The American Society for reproductive medicine still considers egg freezing in its experimental procedure because of its limited research. “For that reason it doesn’t feel that it should be offered or marketed to help the young women as a means to avoid the consequences of advancing age.” The society does support egg freezing in cases where it’s medically necessary. “It is the ultimate gift of life.” Diagnosed with breast cancer last year at the age of twenty, Molida Ramic run the risk of becoming infertile from her chemotherapy treatments. When her cancer spread, she needed her ovaries to remove to help her survive. “I was about to expose the other ovary and fallopian tube.” I might not cline to have kids right at this point of my life, but you have to take into consideration your future partner.” Today at least 30 healthy babies have been born in the US using the updated egg freezing technology. Critics consider that number too low to guarantee success and encourage extensive counseling before women decide to freeze their eggs. Jamie Colby FOX NEWS
作者: PPARG    时间: 2009-2-20 21:47

On kittymaria

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, she’s like, I knew nothing…"

 

On a weekly health and fitness radio show, Monica Adams talks to women about everything, from spa treatments to sex.

 

"Talk about facials" “I had caviar facial鱼子精华面膜.”

 

But her fast-pace career includes three other jobs: a personal trainer, wildness advocate and morning traffic reporter.

 

"Well, For the most part, you are gonna get there on all high way but 70.” “Even though I love my career, that’s been the downfall.

 

Because at age 37, she’s still single, but ready to have a baby.”

“Ideally, I’d like to have two.”

 

As one of a growing number of women waiting until their mid-to-late 30s to have children, Monica decided to find out what chances are of conceiving.

 

“You are losing eggs--a thousand a month or about 13,000 a year.” Doctor Sherman Silber runs the infertility clinic of St. Louis where he specializes in freezing women’s eggs.

 

“The slam dunk thing to do is just to freeze your eggs and nothing twice about it.”

 

The latest science called “vitrification” allows extracted eggs to freeze much faster which doctor Silber says improves their quality considerably.

 

"There’s absolutely no difference. So we could freeze a 20-year-old’s eggs and twenty years later we could thaw them, do IVF(in vitro fertilization试管受精) with them and she has a pregnancy rate of a 20-year-old. "

 

But the procedure is not without controversy. The American Society for Reproductive Medicine still considers egg freezing is an experimental procedure because of limited research.

 

“For that reason, it doesn’t feel that it should be offered or marketed to healthy /the/ young women as a means to avoid the consequences of advancing age.”

 

 The society does support egg-freezing in cases where it’s medically necessary.

 

 "It’s the ultimate gift of life.”

 

Diagnosed with breast cancer last year at the age of 20, Molida Ramic ran a risk of becoming infertile from her chemotherapy treatments. When her cancer spread, she needed her ovaries removed to help her survive.

 

“I was about to expose the other ovary and fallopian tube.”

 

“I might not clinch to have kids right at this point of my life. But you have to take into consideration your future partner.”

 

Today at least 60 healthy babies have been born in the U.S. using the updated egg-freezing technology. Critics consider that number too low to guarantee success and encourage extensive counseling before women decide to freeze their eggs.

 

Jamie Colby FOX NEWS
作者: vicky2009    时间: 2009-2-21 07:42     标题: homework

...she's like I knew nothing...
On a weekly health finishing radio show, Monica Edams talks women about everything from spot treatments to sex. "...talk about facials, I have a cav* facial." But her fast pace career includes three other jobs, a personal trainer, wareness Aferican and morning traffic reporter. "Well for the most part, you are gonna get there on all highway 7 day. Even though I love my career, that's been a down fall."
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As one of growing number of women waiting until their late mid thirtys to have children, Monica decided to find out what chances are conceiving.
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But procedure is not without controversy. The American society for reproducted medicine still considers egg freezing an experimental procedure because of limited research.
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I might not clean to have kids right at this point of my life but you have to take it into consideration your future parterner.
Today at least 6 healthy babys have been born in US using updated egg freezing technology. Critics consider that number too low to guarantee success and encourage extensive consuling before women decide to freeze their eggs. Jamy Cobby Fox News.
作者: littlecase    时间: 2009-2-21 23:26

HW

 

On a weekly health and fitness morning radio show, Monica Adams talks to women about everything from spa treatment to sex, but her fast-paced career includes 3 other jobs, a personal trainer, wellness advocate and morning traffic reporter.

 

Well, for the most part, you can get there on all high way but Saturday.

 

Even I love my career, that’s been a downfall.

 

Because at the age of 37, she is still single, but ready to have a baby.

 

Ideally I’d like to have 2.

 

As a member of growing number of women waiting until their middle to late 30s to have children, Monica decided to find out what chances are of conceiving.

 

You’re losing eggs, 1,000 a month, about 13,000 a year, Doctor Sherman Silber runs an infertile clinic of St.Louis where he is specializing in freezing women’s eggs.

 

The slam dunk thing to do is just to freeze your eggs, and nothing twice about it.

 

The latest science called vitrification allows extracted eggs to freeze much faster, which doctor Silber says, improves the quality considerably.

 

This is absolutely no difference. So we could freeze a 20-year-old’s eggs, and 20 years later, we could father them, do IVF for them and she has a pregnance rate of a 20-year-old.

 

But the procedure is not without controversy. The American society for reproductive medicine still considers egg freezing as an experimental procedure, because of limited research.

 

For that reason, it doesn’t feel that it should be offered, or marketed to help the young women as a means of avoiding the consequences at the advancing age. The society does support egg freezing in case where it's medically necessary.

 

This is ultimate gift of life.

 

Diagnosed with breast cancer last year at the age of 20, Molida Ramic ran the risk of becoming infertile from her chemotherapy treatment. When the cancer is spared, she needs her ovaries removed to help her survive.

 

I was about to expose the other ovary and flop into.

 

I might not clinch to have kids right at this point of my life, but you have to take into consideration your future partner.

 

Today at least 16 healthy babies have been born in the USA, using the updated egg freezing technology, critics consider that number too low to guarantee success and encourage extensive counseling before women decide to freeze their eggs.

 

Jimmy Cobby, Fox news.

 

 

[ 本帖最后由 littlecase 于 2009-2-21 23:51 编辑 ]
作者: 阿婧    时间: 2009-2-22 11:04     标题: hw

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作者: michael_flying    时间: 2009-2-23 13:56

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作者: 绝望小白菜    时间: 2009-2-24 21:06     标题: hw

"pology, shes like, I knew another.."

On a weekly health and fitness radio show, Monica Adams talks to women about everything, from spa treatment to sex.

"Talk about facials"I had caviar facial.

But her fast-pace career includes three other jobs: a personal trainer, wellness advocate and morning traffic reporter.

"Well, For the most part, you are gonna get there on all high way but 70.” “Even though I love my career, thats been the downfall.Because at age 37, shes still single, but ready to have a baby."Ideally, Id like to have two.

As one of a growing number of women waiting until their mid-till-late 30s to have children, Monica decided to find out what chances are of conceiving.

If you are losing eggs a thousand a month or about 13,000 a year. Doctor Sherman Silber runs the infertility clinic of St. Louis where he specializes in freezing womens eggs.

The slam dunk thing to do is just to freeze your eggs and nothing twice about it.

The latest science called vitrification allows extracted eggs to freeze much faster which doctor Silber says improves their quality considerably.

"Theres absolutely no difference. So we could freeze a 20-year-olds eggs and twenty years later we could thaw them, do IVF with them when she have pregnancy with eggs of a 20-year-old. "

But the procedure is not without controversy. The American Society for Reproductive Medicine still considers egg freezing an experimental procedure because of limited research.

For that reason, it doesnt feel that it should be offered or marketed to help the young women as a means to avoid the consequences of advancing age.

The society does support egg-freezing in cases where its medically necessary.

"Its the ultimate gift of life.

Diagnosed with breast cancer last year at the age of 20, Molida Ramic ran a risk of becoming infertile from her chemotherapy treatment. When her cancer spread, she needed her ovaries removed to help her survive.

I was about to expose the other ovary and flop into.

I might not plan to have kids right at this point of my life, but you have to take into consideration your future partner.

Today at least 60 healthy babies have been born in the U.S. using the updated egg-freezing technology. Critics consider that number too low to guarantee success and encourage extensive counseling before women decide to freeze their eggs.

 

Jamie Colby FOX NEWS.

 

 

 


作者: 源源1022    时间: 2009-2-26 10:35

on PPARG

 

 

"intellegence, she’s like, I knew nothing…"

 

On a weekly health and fitness radio show, Monica Adams talks to women about everything, from spa treatments to sex.

 

"Talk about facials" “I had caviar facial鱼子精华面膜.” But her fast-pace career includes three other jobs: a personal trainer, wildness advocate and morning traffic reporter.

 

"Well, For the most part, you are gonna get there on all high way but 70.” “Even though I love my career, that’s been the downfall.

 

Because at the age 37, she’s still single, but ready to have a baby.” “Ideally, I’d like to have two.”

 

As one of a growing number of women waiting until their mid-to-late 30s to have children, Monica decided to find out what her chances are of conceiving.

 

“You are losing eggs--a thousand a month or about 13,000 a year.”

 

Doctor Sherman Silber runs the infertility clinic of St. Louis where he specializes in freezing women’s eggs.

 

“The slam dunk thing to do is just to freeze your eggs and nothing twice about it.”

 

The latest science called “vitrification” allows extracted eggs to freeze much faster which doctor Silber says improves their quality considerably.

 

"There’s absolutely no difference. So we could freeze a 20-year-old’s eggs and twenty years later we could thaw them, do IVF(in vitro fertilization试管受精) with them and she has a pregnancy rate of a 20-year-old. "

 

But the procedure is not without controversy. The American Society for Reproductive Medicine still considers egg freezing is an experimental procedure because of limited research.

 

“For that reason, it doesn’t feel that it should be offered or marketed to help the young women as a means to avoid the consequences of advancing age.”

 

The society does support egg-freezing in cases where it’s medically necessary.

 

"It’s the ultimate gift of life.”

 

Diagnosed with breast cancer last year at the age of 20, Molida Ramic ran the risk of becoming infertile from her chemotherapy treatments. When her cancer spread, she needed her ovaries removed to help her survive.

 

So now it is about to expose the other ovary and fallopian tube.”

 

“I might not plan to have kids right at this point of my life. But you have to take into consideration your future partner.”

 

Today at least 60 healthy babies have been born in the U.S. using the updated egg-freezing technology. Critics consider that number too low to guarantee success and encourage extensive counseling before women decide to freeze their eggs.

 

Jamie Colby FOX NEWS


作者: 慈禧也疯狂    时间: 2009-2-26 21:17

on 源源1022

"intellegence, she’s like, I knew nothing…"

 

On a weekly health and fitness radio show, Monica Adams talks to women about everything, from spa treatments to sex.

 

"Talk about facials" “I had caviar facial鱼子精华面膜.” But her fast-pace career includes three other jobs: a personal trainer, wildness advocate and morning traffic reporter.

 

"Well, For the most part, you are gonna get there on all high-way but 70.” “Even though I love my career, that’s been the downfall.

 

Because at the age 37, she’s still single, but ready to have a baby.” “Ideally, I’d like to have two.”

 

As one of a growing number of women waiting until their mid-to-late 30s to have children, Monica decided to find out what her chances are of conceiving.

 

“You are losing eggs--a thousand a month or about 13,000 a year.”

 

Doctor Sherman Silber runs the infertility clinic of St. Louis where he specializes in freezing women’s eggs.

 

“The slam dunk thing to do is just to freeze your eggs and nothing twice about it.”

 

The latest science called “vitrification” allows extracted eggs to freeze much faster which doctor Silber says improves their quality considerably.

 

"There’s absolutely no difference. So we could freeze a 20-year-old’s eggs and twenty years later we could thaw them, do IVF(in vitro fertilization试管受精) with them and she has a pregnancy rate of a 20-year-old. "

 

But the procedure is not without controversy. The American Society for Reproductive Medicine still considers egg freezing is去掉 an experimental procedure because of limited research.

 

“For that reason, it doesn’t feel that it should be offered or marketed to healthy young women as a means to avoid the consequences of advancing age.”

 

The society does support egg-freezing in cases where it’s medically necessary.

 

"It’s the ultimate gift of life.”

 

Diagnosed with breast cancer last year at the age of 20, Molida Ramic ran the risk of becoming infertile from her chemotherapy treatments. When her cancer spread, she needed her ovaries removed to help her survive.

 

“So now it is about to expose the other ovary and fallopian tube.”

 

“I might not plan to have kids right at this point of my life. But you have to take into consideration your future partner.”

 

Today at least 60 healthy babies have been born in the U.S. using the updated egg-freezing technology. Critics consider that number too low to guarantee success and encourage extensive counseling before women decide to freeze their eggs.

 


作者: Katelynn    时间: 2009-3-2 00:55     标题: on 慈禧也疯狂

"...how urgent, she’s like, I knew nothing…" (= I didn't know how urgent she is like...)

 

On a weekly health and fitness radio show, Monica Adams talks to women about everything, from spa treatments to sex.

 

"Talk about facials" “I had caviar facial.” But her fast-pace career includes three other jobs: a personal trainer, wildness advocate and morning traffic reporter.

 

"Well, For the most part, you are gonna get there on all high-way but 70.” “Even though I love my career, that’s been the downfall.

 

Because at the age 37, she’s still single, but ready to have a baby.” “Ideally, I’d like to have two.”

 

As one of a growing number of women waiting until their mid-to-late 30s to have children, Monica decided to find out what her chances are of conceiving.

 

“You are losing eggs--a thousand a month or about 13,000 a year.”

 

Doctor Sherman Silber runs the infertility clinic of St. Louis where he specializes in freezing women’s eggs.

 

“The slam dunk thing to do is just to freeze your eggs and nothing twice about it.”

 

The latest science called “vitrification” allows extracted eggs to freeze much faster which doctor Silber says improves their quality considerably.

 

"There’s absolutely no difference. So we could freeze a 20-year-old’s eggs and twenty years later we could thaw them, do IVF(in vitro fertilization) with them and she has a pregnancy rate of a 20-year-old. "

 

But the procedure is not without controversy. The American Society for Reproductive Medicine still considers egg freezing  an experimental procedure because of limited research.

 

“For that reason, it doesn’t feel that it should be offered or marketed to healthy young women as a means to avoid the consequences of advancing age.”

 

The society does support egg-freezing in cases where it’s medically necessary.

 

"It’s the ultimate gift of life.”

 

Diagnosed with breast cancer last year at the age of 20, Molida Ramic ran the risk of becoming infertile from her chemotherapy treatments. When her cancer spread, she needed her ovaries removed to help her survive.

 

“So now it is about to expose the other ovary and fallopian tube.”

 

“I might not plan to have kids right at this point of my life. But you have to take into consideration your future partner.”

 

Today at least sixty healthy babies have been born in the U.S. using the updated egg-freezing technology. Critics consider that number too low to guarantee success and encourage extensive counseling before women decide to freeze their eggs.


作者: skyRo    时间: 2009-3-2 11:05

on katelynn

 

"... how urgent, she’s like, I knew nothing…" (= I didn't know how urgent she is like...)

 

On a weekly health and fitness radio show, Monica Adams talks to women about everything from spa treatments to sex.

 

"... talk about facials, I had caviar facial." But her fast-paced career includes three other jobs: a personal trainer, wellness advocate and morning traffic reporter.

 

"Well, For the most part, you are gonna get there on all highways but 70."

 

"Even though I love my career, that’s been the downfall."

 

Because at the age 37, she’s still single, but ready to have a baby. "Ideally, I’d like to have two.”

 

As one of a growing number of women waiting until their mid-to-late 30s to have children, Monica decided to find out what her chances are of conceiving.

 

"You are losing eggs, a thousand a month or about 13,000 a year."

 

Doctor Sherman Silber runs the infertility clinic of St. Louis where he specializes in freezing women’s eggs.

 

"The slam-dunk thing to do is just to freeze your eggs and nothing twice about it."

 

The latest science called “vitrification” allows extracted eggs to freeze much faster which Dr. Silber says improves their quality considerably.

 

"There’s absolutely no difference. So we could freeze a 20-year-old’s eggs and twenty years later we could thaw them, do IVF(in vitro fertilization) with them and she has a pregnancy rate of a 20-year-old. "

 

But the procedure is not without controversy. The American Society for Reproductive Medicine still considers egg freezing an experimental procedure because of limited research.

 

"For that reason, it doesn’t feel that it should be offered or marketed to healthy young women as a means to avoid the consequences of advancing age.”

 

The society does support egg-freezing in cases where it’s medically necessary.

 

"It’s the ultimate gift of life."

 

Diagnosed with breast cancer last year at the age of 20, Melita Ramic ran the risk of becoming infertile from her chemotherapy treatments. When her cancer spread, she needed her ovaries removed to help her survive.

 

"So now it is about to expose the other ovary and fallopian tube."

 

"I might not plan to have kids right at this point of my life. But you have to take into consideration your future partner."

 

Today at least sixty healthy babies have been born in the U.S. using the updated egg-freezing technology. Critics consider that number too low to guarantee success and encourage extensive counseling before women decide to freeze their eggs.

 

Jamie Colby, Fox News.
[ 本帖最后由 skyRo 于 2009-3-2 11:22 编辑 ]
作者: 花花xh    时间: 2009-3-3 19:36

On a weekly health and fitness radio show.Monica Adams talks to women about everything form SPA treatment to sex."facials i had caviar facial" but her fast pace career includes three other jobs.a personal trainer,**and morning traffic reporter.for the most parts you are gonna get there on all high way about seven days. Even though i loved my career that's been the downfall.because at age 37 she is still single but ready to have a baby.

 

Ideally i'd like to have two.as one of the growing number of women waiting until they meet late thirtys to have children.Monica decided to find out what the chances are of conceiving. You are losing eggs a thousand a month or about 13000 a year. Doctor Sherman silber runs infertility clinic of saint louis here he specializes in freezing women's egg.

 

The slam dunk thing(板上钉钉的事) to do is just to freeze your eggs nothing twice about it.

 

The latest science called vitrification.allows extracted eggs to freeze much faster which Doctor Sober says improves their quality considerably.

 

There is absolutely no difference.we could freeze a 20-year-old's eggs and 20 years later we would source them do IVF for them.she will have pregnancy right of 20-year-old.

 

 but the procedure is now without controversy the American society for reproductive medicine still considers eggs freezing in experimental procedure because of the limited research.

 

For that reason it doesn't feel that it should be offered or marketed to healthy young women as a means to avoid the consequences of the advancing age.

 

The society does support egg freezing in cases where is medically necessary This is ultimate gift of life. Diagnose with breast cancer last year at the age of 20.Molida Ramic runs a risk of becoming infertile from the chemotherapy treatments.when the cancer spread she need her ovaries removed to help her survive.

 

 I might not plan to have kids right this point of my life.but you have to take it into consideration your future partner.

 

Today at least sixty healthy babies have been born in the US using the updated egg freezing technology critics consider that number too low to guarantee success.and encourage extensive counseling before women decide to freeze their eggs.

 

Jimmy Koby FOX NEWS






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