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What is Olivia Munn's One Simple Trick to Increase Fertility?
April 2, 2018
Olivia Munn, known for her role in X-Men: Apocalypse, recently decided to freeze her eggs on the advice of her best friend and a mother of three, Kim Kardashian West. Kardashian recently had her third child, Chicago, who was born via a surrogate due to the difficulties of her two pregnancies.
Munn says that part of the reason she went to Kardashian West is that she's just so knowledgeable. "Honestly, out of all of my girlfriends, she is the most knowledgeable. If you want to know about anything, she's the girl. Truly," Munn told Entertainment Tonight.
At first, Munn had only been debating freezing her eggs in case she decided to go through with in vitro in the future. However, after hearing Kardashian West's story, she made up her mind to do it. Kardashian West also recommended her to her doctor.
"I was like, 'Well, there's no reason to, but I wanted to.' I think every woman should, honestly. Later on, when women are going through in vitro it's hard because you are just scrambling to get some eggs. I was able to just store a ton." So while Munn might not have made any firm decisions as to when she's looking to conceive yet, she has definitely ensured she'll have a better chance of conceiving if she chooses to do it later in life.
Infertility and the possibility of in vitro fertilization may feel far off to some, but like Munn says, it never hurts to have a backup plan, and storing your eggs will give you more choices later in life if you change your mind about conceiving or find that you can't get pregnant.
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