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Eggs get less fertile with age because of chaotic cell division – New Scientist

12:01 EDT 3 Apr 2017 | Life Sciences Health

New ScientistEggs get less fertile with age because of chaotic cell divisionNew ScientistWomen hear the loaded reminders far too often: if you want to have children, you'd better do it before it's too late. But why is it that eggs get less fertile as time passes? “Even if a woman is still ovulating, the quality of the egg decreases with ...New explanation found for age-related female infertilityMedical News TodayLadies, this is why fertility declines with ageEurekAlert (press release)Scientists discover why it's harder for women in their 40s to get pregnant - egg defectsInternational Business Times UKall 3 news articles

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