Fewer women report using fertility services, according to CDC

01/22/2014 | Medscape (free registration) · DoctorsLounge.com

Between 2006 and 2010, 17% of women aged 25 to 44 reported using a form of infertility service, a decrease from 20% in 1995, according to the CDC's National Health Statistics Reports. Of women with fertility problems, 38% reported ever using such services, down from 56% in 1982. The use of fertility services was higher among non-Hispanic white women, women with current fertility problems, and women with higher levels of education and household income.

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