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Female fertility is affected by age. Age is thus a major fertility factor for women. After puberty ... infertility can occur before then. The relationship between age and female fertility is sometimes referred to as a woman's "biological clock." ...


We believe every woman deserves the facts about her biological clock. ... The truth about natural fertility and age: while women under 30 have about a 25% ...


Experts have said up to now that female fertility begins to drop in the mid-30s. But researchers found a woman's biological clock may start ticking years earlier.


Read more about fertility as you age at Women's Health & Fitness. ... You may be young and fabulous, but your biological clock doesn't care for your career, ...


May 25, 2017 ... Doctors should start talking to women as early as their 20s about their biological clock and the effects of age on fertility, according to new ...


Nov 20, 2016 ... When does the female biological clock actually start to tick? We've spoken to top fertility experts to give you the lowdown.


Jan 24, 2017 ... While science has made massive strides, in matters of pregnancy, the concept of biological clock in women is very much relevant.


May 10, 2016 ... Women in many times and places have felt pressure to bear children. But the idea of the biological clock is a recent invention. It first appeared ...


Mar 8, 2016 ... In fact, the entire concept of a "biological clock" is fairly recent, and says more about the way society views women and motherhood than how ...


Oct 27, 2015 ... Today, the term is commonly used to refer to women's reproductive aging, but the idea of a "biological clock" for men is less well accepted.