Men's biological clock is also ticking
 Finally, it is proved that not only we women need to rush in every way with the issues of conception and pregnancy. In the stronger sex is a problem also arises. Their biological clocks, too, tick-tock.

Researchers found that men after '41 drastically reduced chances of becoming fathers. Cases where the representatives of the stronger sex, and children born after 60 and after 70 years, rather can be attributed to the unusual.

To such conclusions specialists few years have seen patients who go through IVF with donor eggs. In this case, all the donated eggs are taken only from healthy young women, so that any differences in the further course of the process depended on the quality of male sperm.

The study results are disappointing for men after 41 years. It is in this age men yearly fertility declines by 7%. And so 45 years. A 45-year-olds, the rate still increasing rapidly. If the 41-year-old a chance to give the offspring are 60%, then 45-year-olds, they have no more than 35%.

So, men, too, are the so-called biological clock. This is certainly not the same as that for women. But research shows that men can not be equally fertile throughout life. And remember this is, especially if the case goes to the 40th anniversary.

Other studies have also discourage late fatherhood. For example, there is evidence that children whose fathers are older and holds an increased risk of heart diseases, schizophrenia, epilepsy. Of course, it is not panic, because the male sperm has the ability to be updated, and not all the older fathers give unhealthy offspring. Oh, and for the conception of the most important is the health of the egg.

However, monitor the quality of sperm, doctors still advise. To do this is to eat right, not smoking, alcohol in moderation, active lifestyle, avoid hot tubs since sperm likes cool temperatures. Oh, and not to postpone fatherhood for later!

Author: Julia Gnedina