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How accurate are fertility tests New study raises doubts

Women in their 30s and early 40s who want to know whether their biological clocks are running out should skip fertility testing, a new study suggests.

However, a study in the Oct. 10 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association found that these tests cannot predict whether a woman in her later reproductive years will get pregnant naturally. "We were hoping to see that these biomarkers would predict a woman's ability to get pregnant, but we didn't find that," said Dr. Anne Steiner, the study's lead author.


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