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Third of couples infertile

5th September 2007

A survey has revealed that more than a third of women believe they will have difficulty having a child because they or their partner has fertility problems.

The survey commissioned by Red magazine, also found that many women did not realise that fertility would peak in their 20s and decline sharply from their mid-30s. The survey was answered by 3,200 women aged 30-45 years and 35% said they and their partner had experienced difficulty conceiving because of fertility problems. However, not all of these problems required treatment.

 

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Article Information

Title: Third of couples infertile
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 3985
Date Added: 5th Sep 2007

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