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A Mother’s Day Gift For 30-Somethings Trying To Get Pregnant
Jean Twenge is a researcher by trade, so when she started trying to get pregnant at age 34, she turned to original research materials. There, the San Diego State University psychology professor found valuable information about infertility and age. "That it wasn't as scary as you might have thought," she said. She also found information on how to get pregnant faster, began sharing it with her friends and then decided she might also want to share it with a wider audience. So she wrote a book, "The Impatient Woman's Guide To Getting Pregnant."