Although the age of eggs certainly matters when trying to conceive, a new study has found that the age of a women’s uterus may not be that important.  Dr. Mark Sauer says the “uterus changes very little with age,” and therefore, “given adequate hormones, an older woman’s uterus can sufficiently nourish a growing fetus.”  With many celebrities having children at an older age and more older parents appearing  in the news, public attitude on fertility treatment for older women has started to change.  The Director of USC Fertility, Dr. Richard Paulson has “noticed a shift in acceptance.”

 

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