Their problem, according to US and Israeli researchers, is that they are unable to find similarly clever, driven men because fewer males are entering higher education.Fertility clinics are giving desperate women false hope by exaggerating their success rates with frozen eggs, it was revealed earlier this year.It was the first time she had come across sexism in motor racing despite having been in dozens of events and several collisions before.
After that age the quality of the eggs takes ‘a sudden downturn’ and getting pregnant becomes much harder, he said.
Dr Paulson made the remarks at the ASRM Congress in Salt Lake City, USA.
In the tests, men and women conformed to gender stereotypes – with men more likely to take risks, drive too close to the car in front, cut corners, go through lights on amber or talk and text at the wheel.
By contrast, women are more likely to be courteous and considerate, take care when approaching potential hazards, use their mirrors correctly and stop at lights when they turn amber.
The study by Privilege Insurance concluded: 'After years of debate and banter comes the news that will have men running for cover.
It is now official: women are actually better drivers than men.Whether they simply have not found Mr Right, their career is too important or it is simply not a good time, egg freezing offers a chance to cheat the biological clock, a medical conference heard.Richard Paulson, President Elect of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, said he has advised his own daughters - both in their early 30s - that if they do not have ‘two or three’ children by the age of 35 they should consider egg freezing.The latest study examined 150 women in the US and Israel, more than 90 per cent of whom said they were not intentionally ‘postponing’ their fertility because of their education or career.Rather, they were desperately ‘preserving’ their fertility before their eggs ran low and they lost their chance to have a child, because they were single or without a man to marry.Mail Online's undercover reporter was told the chance of the delayed motherhood technique working was as high as 65 per cent.