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The 5-year limit on storing a woman’s frozen eggs will be removed in January 2024

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The 5-year limit on storing a woman’s frozen eggs will be removed in January 2024, the government announced. Current law states a limit of up to 5 years, but revisions to the country’s reproductive laws will soon allow a woman to store her eggs until she turns 46 years old, which is the age limit to receive fertility treatment in Denmark. Minister of Health Sophie Løhde said the current law only allowed women to store their eggs beyond 5 years for special health reasons, but with new provisions in place, women will have the opportunity to have children at a later time. 

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