Jenni set out to freeze her eggs as a Plan B for her future. She was then diagnosed with diminished ovarian reserve — at age 30. That's when the quantity and quality of a woman’s eggs is less than expected for their age, which could lead to fertility issues. Watch to see what Jenni did next.
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