'Immature' men are leaving it too late to have children: Nearly half of all IVF in the UK is linked to male fertility problems



A generation of men are refusing to grow up and have children until it may be too late, fertility experts warn.
 
Nearly half of IVF cycles in the UK are linked to male fertility problems, statistics suggest.
And specialists say women have been blamed for dwindling fertility for too long – with men putting off fatherhood, unaware their ticking biological clock will slash their chances of children.
A team at Yale Fertility Centre in the US is studying the extent to which paternal age affects IVF outcomes, with results due to be presented later this month at the American Society for... read more

 
8 October 2016 in Health, Views: 34
Source: Daily Mail
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