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Delivery rates in IVF are affected by the age of the male partner

23:04 EDT 2 Jul 2017 | Medical Xpress

Men, unlike women, do not have a menopause or a predictable and detectable decline in their fertility. Female age is thus the dominant factor in predicting (or explaining) a couple's chance of conception, whether natural or assisted.

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