Developments in fertility medicine contributes to trend to having children later

In New Zealand the age of having children has shifted later and later, with many women prioritising a career in early adult life over a family.

And developments in fertility medicine have helped this trend.

In New Zealand, women give birth to the most children between 30 and 34, but this was not always the case. Continue reading

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