IVF outcomes are paradoxically poorer under age 25

      The clear decline in cumulative live birth rates with increasing age has been well documented; however, the reproductive performance of very young women (<25 years) has been less carefully investigated. We report IVF outcomes in very young women compared with women 25 to <30 and 30 to <35.
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