PET Survey: Should the storage limit for social egg freezing be extended?
The Progress Educational Trust (PET) is a charity which aims to improve choices for people with fertility or genetic conditions. We are campaigning to change the UK’s 10-year storage limit for social egg freezing to give women reproductive choice (#ExtendTheLimit).
If you have frozen your eggs in the UK for non-medical (ie social) reasons, you can help inform this campaign by completing this survey about your experience; it should take no more than 15 minutes. You can answer the survey anonymously.
Data privacy: All survey responses are anonymised unless you have consented to both follow up contact and have given PET your express consent to be identified. Anonymised survey data will be kept for the purposes of analysing the data for an indeterminate amount of time (until we no longer need it). Anonymised free text responses may be used in whole or in part in PET’s report on the findings from this survey and in accompanying work, which may include press releases.
If you choose to provide an email address your email address will only be used for the purpose you have selected and will not be shared with any third party. If you have any questions or concerns about PET’s handling of your data, please contact Catherine Hill at
How old were you when you froze your eggs?
How old are you now?
How many children would you like to have?
When do you hope to use your frozen eggs?
Within 3 years
Within 5 years
Within 10 years
What was the main reason for freezing your eggs?
Partner not yet ready to have children
Not met the right partner to have children with
Financially not in the right place to have children
Career-wise not in the right place to have children
Emotionally not in the right place to have children
Were you aware of the 10-year storage limit on social egg freezing when you decided to freeze your eggs?
Page 1 of 4
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google.
Terms of Service