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A Woman's Late 30s Guide to Fertility
Statistics show one in five women today delay pregnancy until after the age of 35. By the time some women do decide to start a family, they find getting pregnant isn't as easy as they thought it would be. Jean Twenge was 34 when she decided she wanted to start a family. Since she was used to being in control of her life, she expected things to go exactly how she planned.She wrote the book "The Impatient Woman's Guide To Getting Pregnant," which
is based on her own "Impatient Woman" experience, and she details research she used herself, from supplements, to ovulation, to the best time to do "the baby dance."