S'porean on the verge of premature ovarian failure did egg freezing procedure in Seoul

Miss Janet Neo had her eggs frozen after she found out she was on the verge of premature ovarian failure. ST PHOTO: SAMUEL ANG
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SINGAPORE - When Miss Janet Neo, 38, discovered she was on the verge of premature ovarian failure three years ago, her doctor advised her to consider freezing her eggs if she wanted to be a mother in the future.

In premature ovarian failure, a woman's ovaries stop working as they should before the age of 40 and it often leads to infertility.

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