Uterus age may affect pregnancy success

New research suggests it's not just aging eggs that can harm chances of pregnancy.
13 September 2017
Presented by Alexandra Ashcroft
Production by Alexandra Ashcroft.


It’s well known that older mothers have more complicated pregnancies. For a long time scientists thought that old eggs were the reason for this and many women have made the decision to freeze their eggs to circumvent this problem. But new research from the Babraham Institute in Cambridge suggests that the age of the uterus is important too. Alexandra Ashcroft spoke to Laura Woods to find out more…


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