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Waiting for IVF Treatments

June 24, 2017
Emma Holt

One of the biggest factors playing into fertility is the woman’s age which is often overlooked. Women who get pregnant in their 50’s or early 60’s are likely freezing their eggs or getting donor eggs from a woman in her 20’s. IVF works amazingly for many women but sadly, not all. IVF won’t correct your fertility if you’ve lost it from waiting too long to try to conceive. IVF is a medical treatment that many women need to wait to have but still won’t get public treatment. Read more about it here.


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