Why women teachers have best chance of IVF success: Long summer holidays means they are less stressed and free to attend appointments
Working as a teacher makes it easier for women to become pregnant by IVF, a study shows.
Teachers were six times more likely than comparable occupations to conceive because their long summer holidays mean they are less stressed and freer to attend appointments.
But female bankers were 60 per cent less likely to become pregnant than women of similar income and education, the researchers said.
Jacob Anderson, who co-founded the website Fertility IQ with his wife Deborah, collected information from 1,123 respondents who had had fertility treatment.
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