Men Have A Biological Clock

A new study by Rutgers University reveals that men, like women, have a biological clock.

Researcher Gloria Bachmann says, “While it is widely accepted that physiological changes that occur in women after 35 can affect conception, pregnancy, and the health of the child, most men do not realize their advanced age can have a similar impact. Just as people lose muscle strength, flexibility, and endurance with age, in men, sperm also tend to lose ‘fitness’ over the life cycle. And in addition to decreasing fertilization potential, this can also influence the pregnancy itself, as is noted by increased pregnancy risks when conception is successful.”

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