"If you are a child, not only women, but also the age of men are effective."
This finding is the result of a comprehensive study conducted in the United States.
Experts in the Boston state examined 19 thousand couples who received in-vitro fertilization. Research has shown that under 30-year-old women have less chance of having children as their partners grow older.
It has been seen that women aged 35 to 40 years have increased their pregnancy chances when their partners are younger than themselves.
According to experts, the age of the woman is one of the determining factors in terms of the chance of getting pregnant. But the progressive age of men also reduces the chances of having children.
Experts note that being a child in progressive ages in men may also cause genetic disorders.