Simple tests could give women in their 20s a fertility forecast

Scientists are working to develop blood tests, genetic screenings and sonograms that could one day allow women to learn in their 20s whether they will have trouble conceiving in their 30s and beyond. The researchers are looking at various hormones, genes and women's supplies of eggs to try to develop "biomarkers," like those used to currently diagnose infertility, to signal if future fertility problems could arise.

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