According to the leading expert in the field of treatment of infertility, Anna
Clark, blood tests that calculate the number of eggs and
showing the amount of time remaining for the opportunity
get pregnant women 30-40 years old, make a mistake.
A study published in 2012 revealed a difference in
results reaching 60%.
According to available statistics, during the reproductive period of life
women, the rate of decrease in the number of eggs decreases greatly,
making up about 1000 per month. So by the age of 40
the total number of eggs in the ovaries decreases so much that women
approximately 50% of cases lose their ability to conceive