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Infertility is hereditary

Infertility is hereditary


Women who become mothers at a young age endanger their daughters because they risk becoming infertile. Researchers at a fertility clinic in Atlanta, USA warn that delaying pregnancy has negative implications for future generations.

Women who become mothers at a young age endanger their daughters because they risk becoming infertile. Researchers at a fertility clinic in Atlanta, USA warn that delaying pregnancy has negative implications for future generations.
Professor Peter Nagy, a fertility specialist, said that the decline in egg quality, manifested with age, is transmitted to the reproductive cells that will become the daughter's eggs.
Because there is now a tendency to delay the time of conception of the first child, fertility of future generations could become a big problem, believes Nagy. The professor added that fertility reaches the maximum level between 20 and 35 years.


Source: The Truth
October 31, 2006