Here’s How Your Eggs and His Sperms Age With Time

There’s a clock ticking somewhere close. Tick tock, tick tock!

A woman is 10% less fertile at 27, that’s when the biological clock starts ticking. New research has now found that there’s a limited window for fatherhood too – every year after the age of 30 testosterone levels drop by 1% in men and post 40, the sperms are associated with more genetic abnormalities.

So if you missed learning the birds and the bees of fertility in high school, let’s re-start your sexual education about making a baby that (probably) your teachers and parents never told you about.

You can also listen to the audio version of this story here.

(P.S: We are not giving you unsolicited advise to leave everything and go get pregnant. We trust the neighbourhood aunty for that.)


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