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Ovarian biological age has been proven to be a key-determining factor of fertility. New oocytes do not develop in the ovaries and a woman will have a storage of all the eggs she will ever have on the day she is born. It has been established that a woman’s supply of eggs (ovarian reserve) diminishes with time, which in turn results in a decline in both number and quality of oocytes, as she grows older.

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