Test promises to tell how late in life you can wait before getting pregnant

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DENVER -- Lots of women are now choosing to put off having children until later in life. But doctors say fertility does start to decline in your 30s.

So how long can you wait?

Shaul Turner shows us a test that is available at the Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine, that promises to tell how much time you have left on your "fertility clock."


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