When former Miss World Diana Hayden delivered a baby girl in a city hospital few years back, a bit of medical marvel was at work. The child was born out of an egg that 42-year-old Hayden had frozen eight years ago.Arya Hayden's birth proves that egg freezing, deemed technically difficult until a decade ago, works and could liberate Indian women from their great worry: the ticking biological clock.Hayden was 32 when she read about egg freezing for the first time in 2005. Between October 2007 and March 2008, she froze 16 eggs with infertility specialist Dr Nandita Palshetkar. "I froze my eggs for two reasons: I was busy with my career at that time and, more important, I was very clear that I was going to wait to fall in love and marry before having a baby." @contactdiana @shaina_nc @roopavohrafinejewellery #nanditapalshetkar#freezeeggs Diana and baby ARya walked with DR Palshetkar.
Old habits don’t die @aliaabhatt . Even I had this bad habit of eating chips when I feel hungry while on my comp, then I started having small sweets and now I have almonds! But even more than 3 almonds is bad. Anything of excess is bad. We all have bad habits very natural.