Nat Sciver-Brunt reveals she missed Pakistan T20I for egg-freezing procedure

"In the period between getting back from New Zealand [where England toured in April] and this [series], I thought it was a great time to go through the egg-freezing process, creating embryos and putting them in the freezer for future use," she said. "Katherine and myself couldn't want anything more than to begin a family yet I'd likewise prefer to keep playing cricket. We are fortunate in that there are a larger number of choices than one. We're simply resolving the most effective way for us to go about it. I might want to convey a child when I get done with playing cricket and I think Katherine needs to convey a child too. "England have been great. The games science and clinical division are truly strong and have assisted me en route, ensuring returning to cricket has been with smoothing. After the technique you're cleared out for many days." On missing the primary T20I, she said: "I'd just barely begun back to work out, so wasn't exactly prepared [to play]." She is supposed to be engaged with the second match against Pakistan, to be played in Northampton on Friday night. Katherine, who resigned last year, said they had started to investigate the cycle since "there is a time period on how prolific you can be", with Nat, 31, expecting to being engaged with the 2028 Olympics prior to pursuing any further choices on when to have kids. "To have a kid, then return and play. At 31, it's almost there," said. "Freezing the eggs now and having sound eggs to return to - it's perfect to have the option to have that decision since it's not modest and exceptionally obtrusive."