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Fewer couples have trouble conceiving

A new government study says only about 6 percent of married women under the age of 45 werent able to conceive after at least a year of trying.

That's down from 9 percent about 30 years ago.

It seems counter-intuitive since the use of fertility treatments, including in-vitro fertilization, has doubled in the last decade.

Experts say that's because these days more women want to have kids in their 30's and 40'sand thats when fertility declines.

 
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Washington Times