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IVF And The Age Factor

Posted on Tue Feb 24, 2009

IVF and the Age Factor
Women under the age of 35 undergoing IVF treatments have a higher chance of success at becoming pregnant than do women over the age of 40. Studies have shown that women under the age of 35 who undergo 6 cycles of IVF have an 86% chance of giving birth while women over 40 only have a less than 50% chance. The full details of this study can be found in the January issue of the New England Journal of Medicine.


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