Youthful infertility balanced by late-blooming ovaries

 作者:有焕缂     |      日期:2019-03-09 06:10:01
By Aria Pearson YOUNG women with fertility problems caused by polycystic ovary syndrome may have reason to take heart. Over a lifetime their chances of having children appear just as good as other women’s, perhaps because egg production increases as they grow older. About 7 per cent of reproductive-age women have PCOS, which features irregular periods, high levels of male hormones and greater numbers of developing follicles, or cysts, on the surface of their ovaries. In a normal ovary, a few follicles appear each month,