A new survey finds many women dramatically underestimate how much fertility declines with age.
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A new study presented [in October] by the National Foundation for Fertility Research at the American Society of Reproductive Medicine annual meeting in Florida showed that men after 40 are — just like women — increasingly less fertile. In fact, the lead scientist on the study, Mandy Katz-Jaffe, says, bluntly, that men who are 35 and not yet partnered should consider freezing their sperm.
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