This would essentially mean that women who wanted to further their careers, had not met the right man or who simply were not ready to start a family could do so later down the track if they wished without the worry of their biological clocks ticking.
Now, I always have to be careful when I talk about this kind of thing because I realise it is so easy to sit here at age 30 myself with my whole little family complete, without a simple problem with fertility along the way.
But the thing is I really do strongly believe that in life we need to follow what nature dictates.
The very thought of freezing eggs and therefore going down the route of IVF later in life just seems too manufactured and alien to me.
I know that many women who were desperate to have children have gone on to have them through this process and in turn these children have been much loved. And it really gets to me how it seems couples who would make wonderful parents end up childless whilst others who are awful parents end up with whole tribes of kids.
But I think that despite this it is not for humans to interfere with what nature is saying should be. If a couple cannot have children there is the option of adoption and if more people were open to this, this would mean there would be more unwanted children finding loving and caring homes.
At the same time, for women it really does come down to making a decision. Despite what the Government and society in general are trying to tell us, you simply cannot have it all.
I was extremely career orientated but I also wanted to have a family, and at a young age, so I realised sacrifices had to be made. More women need to do just the same. If you want to carry on well into your 30s with your career then you are just going to have to take that gamble later on over whether you can have children.
The option of motherhood needs to be a far more recognised and valid career option if you ask me and then I think more women would be happy to take it and we wouldn't be so embroiled in this talk of freezing eggs and IVF in the first place.