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Appeared on Good Morning America discussing In Her Own Sweet Time and her experience freezing her eggs.

 Rachel Lehmann-Haupt was enjoying a good life. At 31, she had a boyfriend, a fulfilling career, and the prospect of marriage and children. When her relationship ended a year later, she was close to 35, facing the dividing line between a regular and a "high-risk" pregnancy.

Rachel Lehmann-Haupt was 32 years old when her serious boyfriend at the time broke up with her. "I wasn’t as heartbroken about the guy as about the fact that I wasn’t going to have a child soon and that my biological clock was ticking," she tells me.

Interviewed by Tanya Rivero of the Wall Street Journal’s Lunch Break

Interviewed on The Huffington Post Live segment titled ‘What Goes Into a Woman’s Decision to Freeze her Eggs? Watch here.


Rachel Lehmann-Haupt is an expert on the future of family life, career timing, and the influence of science and technology on fertility, pregnancy and family. The age of motherhood is on the rise across the developing world, and as a result many women and couples are becoming increasingly reliant on alternative choices to create their families. This includes advanced reproductive technologies like egg freezing, invitro fertilization, the use of donor eggs, and the option to become a DIY mom, a phrase Lehmann-Haupt coined. She is founder and director of The ART and Science of Family project.


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