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IVF Warning for Women Who Put Off Motherhood

The Daily Mail,  July 17, 2011
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After the age of 35, a woman is five times more likely to have problems becoming pregnant compared with during her twenties, according to a new study. Doctors warn that far too many couples assume that the decline in fertility that comes with age can be easily resolved with IVF and other forms of fertility treatment. But the success of these techniques depends on the number of eggs and their quality, both of which rapidly decline with age.

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